The Nautilus house got yellow furn for a nature-inspired space.
Anyone else getting Gaudi’s vibes here?
Designed by the renowned Mexican architect Javier Senosiain in 2007, the Nautilus house aims to attend to people’s needs in a way that resembles nature in every detail.
The space rich in colors and textures, located in Naucalpan city, was carefully thought based on the endless sensations we find in this environment. A real bio-inspired shelter, Nautilus is a shell-shaped house whose furniture follows the fluidity the project proposes.
Besides finding a masterful source of inspiration in nature, bioarchitecture values the choice for natural materials above all, seeking durability and timelessness.
In this sense, custom chairs and sofas, with their cushions covered in yellow leather, are the best match for the sand-like walls and colorful glass windows that invite the most distinguished lights to come in.
Igloo-like homes with indoor green bushes make us feel like we're about to enter planet Earth itself, only to be astounded by its shapes.
Make yourself at home here.