Biomorphic architecture looks like it might just crawl away

Biomorphic architecture looks like it might just crawl away

Javier Senosiain began creating his zany architectural masterpieces in the late ‘70s. Taking a huge leap away from post-and-beam architecture, Javier’s ferro-concrete biomorphic buildings resemble poised monolithic creatures that at any moment will pick up their foundations and crawl away into the surrounding landscape.

Javier’s buildings, ranging from public office to cloister to private home, are saturated with color. His exteriors echo natural forms and give way to lush interiors that feature elegant curving counter tops and elongated sofas. Javier primarily works in Mexico; however he has created work in other locations including Australia, Brazil, and Jordan.

Check out some of his most interesting living spaces below!

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