Realized by DOS Architects, the project we want to present you today is one of the most amazing lofts we have ever written about. Top two floors of Westbourne Grove Church, a 1853 Baptist chapel located in London’s Notting Hill were renovated and transformed into a contemporary stylish apartment. As architects explained, the clients wanted to create a “space of openness and transparency, combining their desire for cutting-edge technology with a love of clean, luxurious designs.” Meanwhile, traditional Gothic elements were respected. Large arched windows, ornate facades, elegant hallways and imperial, high ceilings are still present. The new lay-out adds space and natural light to the entire home, while allowing for a seamless balance between areas to entertain in and those which remain private throughout this spectacular loft.

The traditional Gothic details of the iconic Notting Hill building were respected.
Pink and purple were employed to add color to the place, dynamically contrasting the white walls.
The entire apartment is centred around a large double-height, light-filled space framed by spectacular arched church-designrulz-005 church-designrulz-006 church-designrulz-007 church-designrulz-008 church-designrulz-009 church-designrulz-010 church-designrulz-011 church-designrulz-012 church-designrulz-013 church-designrulz-014 church-designrulz-015 church-designrulz-016 church-designrulz-017 church-designrulz-018 church-designrulz-019