Dua Lipa found divine accommodation on vacation in Mexico

The unusual snake-shaped house is inspired by Aztec beliefs.

Aug 10, 2021 - 16:02
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Dua Lipa found divine accommodation on vacation in Mexico

Inspired by the deity Quetzalcoatl, the ‘feathered serpent’, architect Javier Senosiain built a unique house of organic forms and named it the ‘nest of Quetzalcoatl’.

The combination of an exotic park and a snake-shaped residential complex is located in the Ciudad de Mexico area, in a partially landscaped area within untouched nature.

The building of a total of four bedrooms and one common room can accommodate up to ten people in total. The colorful exterior reflects the cheerful and colorful culture and art of Mexico and the influence of Huichol handicrafts that is revealed in colorful details and contrasts with the minimalist interior design in white and earthy shades.

The rooms are connected by long corridors that, like colored tunnels, stretch through the body of the snake, while the guest rooms are located in its belly.

The house, which Dua Lipa called a dream home, is surrounded by a botanical garden, lakes, and a cave, so it is not surprising that this destination was chosen by the pop star, but also by many other visitors looking for a vacation in nature, outside the busy city center. Since it can be rented through Airbnb, we have no doubt that travelers eager for unusual experiences and exotic destinations will surely add it to their 'bucket list'.

By: Olivia J. - Gossip Whispers