Javier Senosiain was the first Mexican architect to introduce organic architecture in his country. One of his first creations was the Casa Orgánica, a bio house with curvy surfaces wherever you look and a green roof.
Then in 2007, he completed his masterpiece in Naucalpan, the Nido de Quetzalcoatl (Quetzalcoatl's nest). The ten-home project was built on rugged terrain with minimal environmental impact.
Senosiain's bio-architecture approach minimizes interference with nature while creating spectacular living spaces.
The habitable artwork's organic architecture uses a multitude of colors and shapes to blend within a 53,820 ft² (5,000 m²) of hilly land.
The uninterrupted building rises from the ground, forming a giant snake, and is painted with green, blue, purple, and orange hues. If you visit this extraordinary creation, you are up for a psychedelic wonderland experience.