Churches that are no longer holding services typically become old and abandoned, and this 1930s building ran as a Rotterdam church until the 60s. After the church was shut down, there was no one to inhabit the space until a couple came along to purchase and convert it into a home of their own for their growing family.
While the church had about 12 rooms, RV Architecture was selected to insert an average size home within the built space. The back side of the religious space was completely renovated to have a glass facade on the water front. The gorgeous church’s interior still remains with a wood paneled ceiling and the boxy, contemporary home sits inside ever so perfectly. Contemporary finishes and angles really give the church an updated appeal, and make this a truly unique home for this family to grow within.