Gray Organschi Architecture is known for the mixed use of space in so many projects, so it’s no surprise that there’s a historic church conversion in the portfolio collection. An old 19th Century Baptist church was the premise of this home for an older couple, where Organschi took the run down shell and transformed it back to life.
The residence is a small space that still holds true to its original space on the interior, and the exterior is still a wonderful looking church from plain view. The downstairs area features detailed rosewood panels near the fireplace, while the upstairs holds a guest bedroom. A glass chandelier offers up a focal point for the inside space while still proving that this church can be an eclectic work of historical art in itself.