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The Nautilus

Unique Homes

Background: This seashell-shaped home was completed in 2006. The stone steps running along the shrubs lead to the front door, which blends into the mosaic façade.

Why It’s Unique: Architect Javier Sensonian practices what he calls “bio-architecture,” a style that has led him to design buildings shaped like snakes, whales and several other creatures. The Nautilus was created to imitate a crustacean’s shell, and its cavernous interior is filled with vegetation and small trees. “It’s not common that you would see a home of this design ascetic,” Koliopoulos says. “However, it’s very enlightening and something that we can all learn from.

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“Read more: Source: Popular Mechanics