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The term ferrocement usually refers to a mixture of Portland cement and sand which has been applied to layers of steel bars and metal mesh, which act as reinforcements. Sometimes referred to as reinforced concrete, it was first created by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi in 1940.
Written by
Madeline Miller
Photography
Naser Nader Ibrahim
Photographer Naser Nader Ibrahim recently photographed the fanciful home designed by the renowned architect Danilo Veras Godoy in conjunction with the owner and her young children, one of several nestled in the cloud forest on the outskirts of Xalapa, Veracruz.
Project name
Casa de Los Milagros (House of Miracles)
Architecture firm
Danilo Veras Godoy
Location
Zoncuantla, Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico
Photography
Naser Nader Ibrahim
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Designed by renowned Mexican architect Javier Senosiain, Organic House is located in Naucalpan de Juárez, State of Mexico, Mexico. Architect’s Statement:  The idea for the project was first conceived and took its likeness from a peanut shell: two roomy oval spaces with a lot of light, connecte...
Project name
Casa Orgánica (Organic House)
Architecture firm
Javier Senosiain Arquitectura Orgánica
Location
Acueducto Morelia 26, Vista del Valle, 53296, Naucalpan de Juárez, State of Mexico, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Jacott, Francisco Lubbert, Senosiain