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Church Turned Home

The stairway structure, which is clad in old church floorboards removed during the renovation, partially encloses the kitchen and holds a small oven.

And There Was Light

The stairway structure, which is clad in old church floorboards removed during the renovation, partially encloses the kitchen and holds a small oven.

Stained glass window in kitchen of converted church (mls #4178124, formerly mls #4037599)

Stained glass window in kitchen of converted church (mls #4178124, formerly mls #4037599)

Architect: Zecc Architecten Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands Project Architects: Rolf Bruggink, Marnix van der Meer Collaborators: René de Korte,...

Church of living / Zecc Architecten

Architect: Zecc Architecten Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands Project Architects: Rolf Bruggink, Marnix van der Meer Collaborators: René de Korte,...

Converting old churches into homes isn’t all that unusual, as it turns out. I’m not sure where he got his data, but a Dallas realtor claimed that “de-sanctified churches are the number-one type of building converted to residential use.”

Converting old churches into homes isn’t all that unusual, as it turns out. I’m not sure where he got his data, but a Dallas realtor claimed that “de-sanctified churches are the number-one type of building converted to residential use.”

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