We always says that the ways of God are inscrutable, but at least his temple is inhabitable. That’s what the ZECC Architecten probably thought when they converted an old Dutch chapel into a magnificient apartment. The church-turned-apartment is located in Utrecht in The Netherlands.
Converting the old St. James Church into a modern city villa wasn’t an easy task due to the lack of windows at floor height. So, the firm designed one to be cut into the front of the street to bring light in. The white colored walls add to the “fresh” look of this luxury apartment, together with the original stained-glass windows up on high.
Explore all the rooms by flipping through the slideshow below...