Invisible House in Mexico | An amazing example of organic geometry

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An unusual house designed by renowned Mexican architect Javier Sinsian is an amazing example of organic geometry.

What distinguishes the house created in 1958 in the Mexican city of Nanokalban is that it is surrounded by green grass, what makes it invisible to the continent which means that mere walk in the garden is in fact walked on the roof of the house itself, as the term Sinsian.

Sinosian used trees and grass to achieve multiple objectives, such as creating barriers to relieve harsh sunlight and protecting it from dust and noise pollution.

The herbal ceiling protects against heat and cold, helping to maintain a suitable degree inside.


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