This Inside Of This Psychedelic Tiny House Is Out Of This World

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Some of the tiny homes that you see today are some of the most elaborately designed homesteads that anyone could ever dream about living in.

This one in particular is probably one of the most stunning, gorgeous, and simply amazing pieces of work that we have ever seen. Essentially what is not happening with this trending lifestyle is the architecture that is being created in the same flow that is nature.

Javier Senosiain, Mexican architect who works for Arquitectura Organica, uses a very interesting method of design he calls “bio-architecture.” What this means is that he uses the idea of creating buildings that are based on organic forms in hopes that they will bring people back to their cultural roots and help create harmony between man and nature.

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Senosiain definitely has his work cut out for him with this spectacular piece of work, infusing the side of the organically shaped building with beautiful stained glass, stepping-stones into the garden, and overall fantastic design of the building captivates the beholders eyes as if they found a magical tavern of some kind. The inside resembles that of a seashell as it winds around into different, but elaborately designed rooms.

The reason for this phenomenal creation was for a young family says Senosiain. The project was to give this family from Mexico City, who lived in a conventional home but wanted to be a little more integrated with nature, Senosiain gave them a palace of wonder and awe.

Truly one of the most progressive buildings to coexist with the nature around it. Another feature worth noting is that this building is entirely earthquake proof, which is a pretty critical quality considering where it’s located.

What Senosiain hopes with this creation is that other architects will have the same vision as he does, creating homes that are to be one with nature and to let those who live inside be apart of the world around them comfortably.

Wouldn’t that be something to see the entire world’s architecture being one with the nature around it? Not only would we be closer to our planet but have places that flow with the surrounding area, never needing to dig up trees, unearthing mountains, or any other destruction that’s required for building things.

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