On 19 September 2017, an earthquake jolted the city of Jojutla in the Mexican state of Morelos, destroying over 2,600 homes and leaving nearly all public infrastructures in ruins. The team formed by AGENdA Agencia de Arquitectura | Camilo Restrepo (Colombia) and the practice of Derek Dellakamp and Jachen Schleich (Mexico), with Francisco Eduardo Franco Ramírez, was tasked to rebuild the Señor de Tula Sanctuary, which dates back to more than five centuries ago. With a built area of 450 square meters, the project starts out from a large roof of brick vaults held up by a concrete structure presenting arches at the corners. In this way, air circulates and natural light streams in. Returning to the typology of the open chapel, the terracing of the floor from the atrium to the altar gives privacy without hindering visual contact with the surroundings.