The Nautilus House

By: Ayman - Published: Feb 16, 2008 • References: worldarchitecturenews & dvice
As far as unique houses go, this one is pretty up there. The Nautilus House is designed as a snail shell by architects at Senosiain Arquitectos for a Mexico City young couple with two children who, after living in a conventional home, wanted to change to one integrated with nature.

The abode takes the shape of a shell and the interiors flow smoothly to gel with the exteriors. The multi-colored mosaic glass reflects the daylight adding to the drama while the spherical skylights ensure natural lighting throughout the house. I love this house. Stats for Living in a Shell Trending: Older & Buzzing
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