Gallery: Interview: Ruud Visser transforms old churches and water tower...

Though Visser is responsible for a variety of projects, his firm is perhaps most famous for its inspired design House in a Church, completed last year, in which his firm transformed a cavernous church into a modern family home. Capricious and tumultuous enough to constitute the makings of a Disney film, the church's history was a long and sad one until Visser's renovation. “The original church was constructed in the 1930s, but since 1960 it was used as a garage for fixing cars and storage.” Visser says that during this time as a garage, the church's exterior was covered with metal plates until the point that it resembled an airplane hangar.

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