Situated among lush vegetation Naucalpan in Mexico, Quetzalcoatlino nest is a fantastic residential structure in the form of snakes that includes ten separate apartments, which occupy more than 5,000 square meters of space. Designed by renowned Mexican architect Javier Senosiaín, the building was built in the style of ‘organic architecture’ which draws its design inspiration from nature and strives for minimal environmental impact.
Work on the land of irregular shape, which is filled with caves, hills and forests has proved challenging, but also the inspiration for Senosiaín which is the natural form of a cave opening saw the mouth feathered serpent Quetzalcoatl representing feathered serpent deity of ancient Mesoamerican cultures. According to the Central American myth, Quetzalcoatl is also the mythical hero of which originates nearly all Mesoamerican peoples.
Despite the huge structure in the form of snakes that are added to this site, vegetation and relief areas have remained almost intact.