It is not that nobody has built a house in a shell, among other things because it would be impossible unless there is a mollusk of a huge size caused by radioactive spills to the sea (hey, as is the thing you never know) . But it is true that this is not the case, but the study of archiquitectos Artechnic He has designed this house inspired by the shape of a shell.

It is located in Japan, in the forests of Karuizawa, and its structure is formed by a double ellipse that communicates all parts of the house. It is created with reinforced concrete and wood, to preserve the Japanese traditions, the outer walls are formed by crystals and the exterior surfaces are made of wood, a slightly delicate material considering that the house is located in the forest and exposed to all climatological rigors.

Vía: Freshome