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The Sculptural Archirecture of Javier Senosiain in Mexico

 Javier Senosiain, a professor of architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, has designed a number of unique sculptural buildings in Mexico. It's not that I'd like to live in any of these structures, but it's impressive that they are so imaginative and so well executed.
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Anonymous said...

I've seen the nautilus house before on video, and I *love* it. I'd be delighted to live in it. Also, I'd love to design & build things in much the same spirit as Sr. Senosiain's work.


Anonymous said...

check this one out...


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