Converting old churches into modern day residences in the Netherlands has become fairly a trend. This beautiful minimalist property in Utrecht created by Zecc Architecten creates a contrast with the original shapes of the chapel.
The original leaded glass of the church is maintained. Skylights bring daylight into the house, and a new abstract version of a leaded glass — practically Mondriaan-like — is introduced to allow even more light to come by means of.
Other elements such as the balcony and the organ are also maintained.
Architect: Zecc Architecten
See also: Church Conversion Residence In Utrecht