Amsterdam Church Converted To Showroom/Family Home

21 Jan 2013 @ 1:48 pm

Fons Cohen, owner and founder of the brand Imps & Elfs, his wife Katja and their three daughters moved into a former church in the south of Amsterdam.  Fons had a real heart for this ancient chapel, which turned not only into home sweet home, but the showroom for his fashion brand as well.  Charged with the task of transforming the sober space into a refined living area, the results have the perfect Nordic charm.  Converted churches seem to be the trending choice for living spaces these days, interesting indeed.

images & story via Milk Magazine

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3 Responses to “Amsterdam Church Converted To Showroom/Family Home”

  1. I’ve seen many churches converted to nightclubs, but not homes. Love it. The light is so beautiful and inspiring.

  2. Quite stunning and a very good re-use of an existing space. I wonder what was done to the exterior?

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