God’s Loftstory

A superb renovation project by Leijh, Kappelhof, Seckel, van den Dobbelsteen Architects who turned a chapel into a unique loft in Haarlo, Netherlands. Many elements from the 1928 building were kept such as the bell tower, stained glass windows and arched panel doors. To retain the spaciousness of the building they decided not to fill the 1100 m3 volume of with too many rooms but instead just added a mezzanine for the relaxation room (couch, bed and bath) and a multifunctional “Stairway to have fun” (stairs, room divider, closet, build-in-kitchen, acoustic element and exhibition wall). Enjoy!

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