Tuesday, 21 December 2010

The Nautilus House, by Arquitectura Organica

The Nautilus House, Mexico City, 2006 by Arquitectura Organica
Harmonic space in three dimensions where the continuous dynamic of the fourth dimension when journeying in spiral is perceived on the flight of the steps, with the sensation to float on the vegetation

This Nautilus House put together using ferrocement construction, a technique involving a frame of steel-reinforced chicken wire with a special two-inch-thick composite of concrete spread over it, resulting in a structure that’s earthquake-proof.

See other Arquitectura Organica housing project ( pyramidal House )

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