9 Different Buildings Converted Into Homes
Building conversions are popular and interesting to look at. Here we show how different types of buildings got a second life thanks to renovation, extension and new design. We’ve seen so many different conversions of different buildings so we decided to gather them all in one list.
Building Conversions & Transformations
This old barn was redesigned by Kamil Mrva Architects for working and living. The 19th century barn was reconstructed using natural materials. The interior was divided into living, working zones with kitchen, dining and living area all in one.
This Reformed Evangelism church was converted into loft preserving the exterior. The interior was divided only with a staircase which leads to the loft while the rest of the spacious room remained open and airy. See also 12 churches turned into homes.
Martello Defense Tower is one of many in England that was converted. But while others were turned into hotel this one became a home. The exterior wasn’t altered but only a roof extension was added to the tower for housing a dining and kitchen as well as provide an access to the roof both covered and open.
Watertower of Living by Zecc Architecten dates back to 1931 and now represents a nine level house with a huge glass window and a minimalist contemporary interior design. See another water tower converted into home.
Air raid bunker in Berlin was coverted into a home and art exhibition space for an art collector and his family. The five-storey bunker was divided into rooms for art pieces and the extension on the roof was designed for living.
Warehouses are also great for setting a home since they are usually spacious and can make for great open layout living space. This warehouse in San Francisco was redesigned by Natoma Architects and designer Stanley Saitowitz into an amazing modern spacious home with bathrooms, bedrooms, fireplace, powder room, kitchen, and laundry.
An old trullo in Italy was renovated and extended into a cozy and stylish house with a wooden terrace and a swimming pool.
This house used to be a schoohouse back in 1875 but now it’s a modern home enhanced with contemporary finishes and interior design.
Interior of one of apartments
Wilton Castle is now housing luxury apartments that can be bought or rented and enjoyed as one’s own home. The 19th century castle is simply beautiful surrounded by green lawns and featuring its own roof garden.
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