In Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Ruud Visser Architects transformed a former church dating from the 30s into a home.
Overlooking the river, the building has been used since the 60s as a warehouse and garage. In this project, the architects tried to create the house "in" the church without transforming it into a house, preserving the most emblematic areas.
The walls open onto the river, offering many perspectives and creating a buffer between the church and the functional areas of the house.
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