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1930’s Converted Church – Rotterdam

Along the river De Rotte in Rotterdam stands a wooden church from 1930.  Before this totally modern make-over, the church was used as a motor mechanic’s garage. 

The entire church is left open on the river side, which allows light to stream in through the brand new floor-to-roof windows and sliding glass doors. The living space is located over three floors. 

For the full story and more photos on this modernistic Conversion see here:- http://www.archdaily.com/83270/house-in-a-church-ruud-visser-architects/

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