A 17th century chapel in Belgium has been transformed into a modern work space following the success of a project called 'The Waterdog' which was undertaken by a architecture firm Klaarchitectuur.
This transformation was no ordinary task as the firm had to meticulously plan every detail of the renovation to ensure that the site retained its status as a historic landmark, while still appearing modern, fresh and fit for an office. To achieve the end result, the architects added free-standing structures to the building's interior, instead of building on the existing ones. The modern structures blend with the building's original foundation making for a unique environment that can serve a variety of purposes.
Image credit: Klaarchitectuur bvba via Facebook
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