Modern Home Converted From a Victorian Church
Gianna Camilotti architectural studio turned a Victorian church into a modern home in London. The original features of Victorian style brick clad were preserved. Inside they left only wooden beams on the ceiling, and all the rest just can’t be recognized. The home is absolutely modern, open-plan, with white walls, columns and arch-shaped windows. The interiors are mostly white, with sleek lines and impressive shapes; a stunning staircase and lighting add to the modern look of the space. Cute animal-printed touches make the interiors more eye-catching and bright. Who could believe that inside such an antique building there’s such a modern and cool interior?
This home within an old church defines the word luxury in a stylish and modern manor, “Ew’ing and Ah’ing” anybody and everybody that walks into it. This is a dream home, and that it’s built upon holy ground is only that much better. The use of white with colorful accents makes the interior look immaculate. Just imagine the parties you could have here…my…GOD. Get it? God…because it’s a church.
The view from the kitchen is just impressive. If you had some guests over, you’d be able to see everyone from the kitchen. And the television has two sides of seating. How cool is that?
I don’t even need to discuss this bedroom. Absolutely beautiful.
The rug skin makes this bedroom, from which you can see the other bedroom, that much more luxurious. All it’s missing is a fireplace.
Is that a radiator fan? Wow.
To see the architects website, go here.
Original Post at DigsDigs.