Gallery: 1930’s Church Transformed Into Amazing House in Rotterdam

 
Neighbors might think they're holier-than-thou, but this House in a Church along the river De Rotte in Rotterdam is a beautiful example of adaptive reuse. The 1930's church had ended its career as a religious sanctuary and was being used as a garage for fixing and selling cars before a family came along and wanted to transform it. With the help of Ruud Visser Architects and Peter Boer, the church was adapted into a home fit for a family of four.

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  1. Designer Renovates Rott... November 24, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    […] Rotterdam, there is a program where you can buy abandoned buildings for cheap if you promise to renovate them […]

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