Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Nautilus // Mexico
Nautilus // Mexico

Living in a giant conch

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DERECO Impuls 3

Inspired by Gaudí, the architect Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Orgánica created a conch house in Mexico in 2006 – the “Nautilus”. It was designed for a young couple with two children who wished to live in a harmonious, natural setting. In addition to its unusual layout and style, the building features skilfully laid glass mosaics that let in natural light, reflecting in a fantastic array of colours. Beautiful beyond imagination, the “Nautilus” has a highly individual atmosphere thanks to the interplay of organic shapes that define the rooms and windows.