Dwell recently published an article showcasing eight beautifully repurposed churches from around the world. Whether traditional gothic or modern structures, similarities lie among them in their vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows. Churches offer a massive blank slate for interior designers to experiment in, and with the addition of their historical charm, it's no wonder more and more of these spaces are being repurposed in recent years.
Turning old churches into living and office space is something that has gained traction over the last decade. Below are some of the examples from Dwell's article. To see how Cfx, Inc. repurposed their space ten years ago, including a time-lapse video of the transformation, visit our website.