Sustainability in design is more important than ever before. That’s why many designers, decorators and architects are favouring nature-inspired forms more and more. This Nautilus house, designed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Organica, boasts unusual and organic beauty. Shaped like a shell, this miraculous home was influenced by the work of Gaudí, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Mother Nature herself. It resembles something a mermaid would live in, and is an example of what Senosiain describes as “bio-architecture” – the idea that buildings based on organic forms bring us back to our cultural roots and help to create harmony with nature. Not only is this concept becoming more and more popular, the result is simply awe-inspiring. Step inside here.Via
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