Organic architecture: proposal by Mexican Javier Senosiain on how to rescue nature – El Sol de México

Javier Senosiain is a Mexican architect who prioritizes the unity of the landscape with the “organic architecture“in his work, which is characterized by incorporation of nature and curves in their designs.

The architect graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he has worked as a teacher, although he has also ventured into various areas of architecture and research in more than 20 years of career.

Senosiain has written two books Bioarchitecture (1998) and Organic Architecture (2008).

What constructions has Javier Senosiain made?

One of the examples of the work of Javier Senosiain where he expressed what organic architecture is Quetzalcoatl’s Nest, a space built in Naucalpan, State of Mexico.

This is a private housing complex made with the principles of organic architecture and seeking to create more human spaces, which can be rented through the Airbnb platform with a price of more than seven thousand pesos per night.

Another of his emblematic works that is located in the same municipality is The Organic Housewhich, according to the architect’s official account, “was born from the idea of ​​creating a space adapted to man, according to his environmental, physical and psychological needs; taking into account its origin in nature and its historical background.”

On the other hand, the Flower Housedesigned in 1994, is a space with a surface area of ​​115 square meters, which is based on the concept of an ascending spiral, whose plan shape resembles a flower with 6 petals.

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So how are you, Javier Senosiain It has other works that reflect the organic architecturesuch as La Serpiente, El Cacahuete, Ballena Mexicana, or El Hongo, all of them with a touch of nature in their designs.

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