The Nautilus House

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Located near Mexico City the Nautilius House is an amazing creation developed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. It is a unique shell shaped house, innovative, unusual and audacious. In this work the floor is the logarithmic spiral, adapting  itself to the land. Work on the scale model generated many changes to find the volume which required the building.


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“When entering from the  outside you go up the stairs and, when getting inside the Nautilus through a big  stained-glass window, a space experience is generated as you live the sequence  of the distance traveled, where neither the walls nor the floor or the ceiling  are parallel. It is a fluid space in three dimensions where you can perceive the continuous dynamic of the fourth dimension as you walk in spiral on the stairs,  with a sense of floating over the vegetation.”

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4 Responses to “The Nautilus House”

  1. David says:

    Not sure how convenient and practical it is, but I really like the way it looks.

  2. chinmay pareek says:

    designs r crazy want some for my projects in india sooooon……………

  3. norma rosell says:

    Está muy linda, pero deseo saber en qué materiales está realizado, y si es antisísmica? gracias

  4. Connie says:

    This would make a very cool rental home. I love the design and colors and special appointments. Can you imagine a water resort with these sea shell cottages? Sign me up if you ever do this!

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