A photographic tour of Mexican architect Danilo Veras Godoy’s “Casa de los milagros”

The “Casa de los Milagros“, located in the cloud forest on the outskirts of Xalapa, Veracruz and designed by Mexican architect Danilo Veras Godoy, is a space conceived with organic forms, earth, unexpectedly shaped openings and mosaic glass in different shades.

It was designed to meet the needs of Rosalinda Ulloa, a single mother who would live there with her two young children. It was built in stages starting in 1995 and completed in 2002, with some changes being made between then and 2006.