The Bonney Avenue Residence is a Drastic Reno of an 1867 Church

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: wgarchitects.au and letmebeinspired
When people think of churches, they may have misconceptions that they are outdated buildings, and while this was once true for the 'Bonney Avenue Residence' built in 1867, it has since undergone an epic renovation. Not only has this century and a half-old abode been totally transformed and modernized, but the architects at WG Architects have managed to keep some of its old bones.

The cathedral ceilings, building's original shape and stained-glass style features that the church was built with were all maintained during the extensive renovation. For those visiting Brisbane, Australia in the near future, the Bonney Avenue Residence is an architectural marvel worth checking out!

Implications - Renovations continue to be one of consumers' favorite ways to maintain traditional charm within their homes and yet, achieve the modern amenities they desire. Companies that create hybrid products that incorporate traditional charm with modern features will continue to out favor the rest.