Did you ever think how it would be like to live in a 19th century church? This 1870 Gothic Church in Utrecht was transformed into a contemporary home by Zecc Architects and Thomas Haukes in 2009. The impressive makeover emphasizes on light, functionality and the maximization of space. “WoonkerkXL” (“Residential Church XL”) impresses due to the unexpected perspectives and overall immaculate feel. The white walls and minimalist furniture make for an uncommon living room of colossal proportions. Several art works and decorative elements create a more friendly atmosphere and divulge the true nature of this seemingly holy space. We particularly like the improvised home office with the comfy armchair and small glass table. The unusual building is currently up for sale for the sum of €2.375 million. How would you feel about living in this type of unconventional home?