It’s Sunday, so time for another church conversion (my favourites, large windows, space, what else you need?) This chapel situated in the quaint Flemish village of Bazel (not the Swiss one) has been reconverted into 2 loft-type houses. The building was built in the second half of the 19th century by Countess Villain XIIII next to the castle of Wissekerke as a place where the children of the village are be educated.
The “First Church of Christ, Scientist” is a historic landmark in Seattle. That makes the 12 town-home units truly unique, carved, into the hollow center of the old domed building. The units share a central atrium, the â€œSanctuaryâ€ with a stained-glass oculus in the roof, but each has its own address and outdoor entrance.
This chapel remodel is amazing: a minimalist conversion of a stunning stone-built Grade II-listed former Methodist chapel (1868) in peaceful countryside on the Dorset / Wiltshire border. A once austere religious place is now a beautiful house to worship. Designed by Gary Tarn and for sale through The Modern House Real Estate Agents here, for a sum of Â£1,780,000 (about 2,75 million in USD)…
Another day, another terrific church conversion in sunny Australia. This time, the building has quite a colorful history: first a church then a theatre, a slice of Brisbane’s heritage has been saved from demolition and transformed into two striking luxury homes.
Baker Kavanagh Architects transform a heritage church in Bondi into two luxury apartments, fusing contemporary finishes with heritage details.
Mill Hill is a landmark heritage church, located in Bondi, New South Wales. The church has been converted into two luxury apartments, which blend elegant and crisp interiors with the heritage exterior and streetscape of the original brick building.