Don’t you wish you could live in a house that was outside the ordinary?
Well here’s one we prepared earlier… in 2007.
The Nautilus is an incredible house designed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain.
And just have a look inside…
“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.”
“Then the tour continues through the hall, past the TV room sheltered in the belly of the crustaceous and, up the
spiral stairs, you come to the studio where you can see the mountain landscape.”
“At the back of the Nautilus it is the intimate zone and service area.”
What an incredible design! It just goes to show, no matter what your personal aesthetic is, you don’t have to settle for ordinary.
Seen any amazing homes you’d like to share? Link them in the comments so we can all enjoy seeing them!
Until next time, Darklings.