Design of underground house in Mexico
• Design of underground house in Mexico
The Mexican architect Javier Senosiayn creates masterpieces of organic architecture. One of his works - a private house area of 178 square meters, built in Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico. Inspired peanut shell, it is represented by two wide oval spaces with a large amount of light united darker narrow area.
The concept of the house is defined in two spaces - day and night. Residence includes a living area, dining room, kitchen, bedroom with dressing room and bathroom. The architect wanted to arrange accommodation so that being under the ground, a person does not lose touch with the outside world, full of greenery and light. As used ferrocement molding material for sealing the spraying of polyurethane was added, and the earth and grass finished design protect against the sun, wind and water. Special dome allows the sun to penetrate deep into and transform the interior, and the free circulation of air through the aerodynamic forms home promotes good ventilation. House get almost invisible behind the bushes, trees and flowers. Walking through the garden, residents walk on the roof of the house.