A Shark House Has Us Believing That Really, Anything Is Possible (VIDEO)

It's safe to say that architect Javier Senosiain Aguilar is obsessed with sharks. On a recent episode of "Extreme Homes," he showed off his very unique Mexico City home.

The structure is built into a hillside, with most of the home below ground, so all that is visible is the shark's fin and mouth. The interior is very organic in feel, thanks to curving walls and very little furniture (everything is built-in). Bright, twisting tunnels connect each room.

Aguilar shares the home with his wife, Paloma, and daughters, who lamented the lack of any doors.

We can only imagine how you'd explain to the deliveryman how to find the front door. Check out the video above and prepare to have your mind blown.

This isn't the most unique home we've ever seen. Check these cave dwellings out:

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