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from Modernized Bunkers to Church Lofts

 - Sep 2, 2009   Updated: Jun 16 2011
These pieces of unique converted architecture come from designers around the world who saw new potential in old things. From bunkers that have been transformed into hotels and hip homes to old churches that have been remodeled into modern lofts, we've seen that an old foundation can make for a beautiful new finish. Check out some of the most unique converted architecture featured on Trend Hunter below.

Implications - As the industry continues to usher in a variety of contemporary and cutting-edge designs at an unprecedented rate, vintage items are becoming more valuable. Companies and businesses will benefit by seeking interesting ways to transform historic or outdated items into something new and exciting. The combination of new infused with old is very popular within a wide range of consumers today.