Architectural bureau Gianna Camilotti Interiors converted a historic church into a massive contemporary home in London, UK. The architecture team kept the original heritage features of the Victorian-style building with red brick facade. Inside, the residence is distinguished by imposing white walls, arched windows, columns and massive wooden beams. The 236 square meter-house accommodates an open plan living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom and two bedrooms. A cozy backyard with dining area adds up to the excitement of this transformation.

As you step inside, you are overwhelmed by the scale of this unconventional modern home, which seems to hold within remains of spiritual enlightenment. The color palette in black&white contribute to the majestic feel. Modern furniture units in every room complement the historic architecture details of the project. The contemporary vibe is enhanced by a black poster depicting a skyscraper (one of the focal points in the living area) and the zebra-pattern rug. Strangely enough, all these elements fit together harmoniously in an opulent design scheme. We would love to know your thoughts on this conversion project!