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Javier Senosiain is a Mexican architect celebrated as a key exponent and explorer of so-called organic architecture. He is currently a professor of architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Javier Senosiain was born in Mexico in 1948.
Javier Senosiain's architectural creations have attracted both comment and controversy. A house at Vista del Valle, north of Mexico City sits on a hill overlooking the city and is designed in the shape of a shark. It is a ferro-concrete construction coated with polyurethane and UV-resistant elastomeric waterproofing. Inside it comprises a complex labyrinth of rooms and interconnecting carpeted tunnels.
Senosiain is the creator of a growing number of unusual architectural works:
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- Casa Orgánica, 1985.
- La serpiente, 1987.
- El cacahuate, 1989.
- El tiburón, 1990.
- Ballena mexicana, 1992.
- Casa Flor, 1994.
- Conjunto Satélite, 1995.
- El Kiss, 1999.
- Sarape Y sombrero, 1998.
- Nautilus house, 2007 
- Nido de Quetzalcóatl, 2008.
- Senosiain, Javier. Bio-Architecture Oxford, England, Architectural Press.
- Senosiain, Javier. Organic Architecture, Mexico City, Mexico, AM Editores. 2008 | ISBN 9709726900