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Reformed Evangelism Church Converted Into Loft

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Building conversions are very popular nowadays and it’s always interesting to see how they work out as residencies. This Dutch Reformed Evangelism church building of 1928 needed restoration but the result turned out amazing considering the budget-wise conversion plan. The 1100 m3 area was kept spacious with some additions built for resting and fun.

Reformed Evangelism Church Converted Into Loft

A stairway serves multiple functions such as a room divider, build-in-kitchen, closet, and an exhibition wall. The interior of the house is painted white with pops of bright red and charcoal including concrete and wooden planks.

The house is divided into several areas like kitchen, dining, living and home office. A bedroom with bathtub are elevated and are accessed through the staircase. The bedroom and bathroom area are divided solely by color.

Reformed Evangelism Church Converted Into Loft

The house has a garden and green lawn with a garden shed made of a 40ft container covered with grass. The shed has a sun awning for the outdoor sitting area that faces the green lawn with a couple of chaise longues.

Church Converted Into Loft

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