Senor Senosiain’s houses

Javier Senosiain's home

anyone who knows me knows that i LOVE quirky.

i really want to visit this. it’s an “organic home” and made to embody the inside of a peanut shell… except from the outside it looks like a shark! made by architect Javier Senosiain, this resides in Mexico.

wait for the pic to show, it’s really something else.

01 view from outside
02 every room, although underground has an door leading into the lovely garden surrounding the home
03 outdoor grotto and spa
04 master bedroom
05 kitchen and living area
06 master bathroom
07 children’s bedroom
08 lit corridors joining every room; no doors in any room!

Javier Senosiain's home

i’d like to spend a few days there, looks like a lifestyle on its own!

More pics in Senor Senosiain’s book, Organic Architecture.

22 January 2007

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3 Comments

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    Anonymous

    22 January 2007

    it feels so bizarre…way too out there for meannie

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    drey

    22 January 2007

    yeah but i wouldn’t choose it for me either, but for its own self, it is quirky and beautiful on its own…

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