A place of worship might seem like a post-modern place to call home, but the Westbourne Grove Church by DOS Architects is a converted cathedral that looks like an uber chic penthouse in a dramatically spacious building. The Westbourne Grove Church by DOS Architects is located in the lovely Notting Hill area of London and originally built in 1853 as a Baptist chapel.
The Westbourne Grove Church by DOS Architects is now a 4,300 square foot residence that has been completely transformed from proper chapel to a chic London flat. An open floor plan and double height ceilings make the Westbourne Grove Church by DOS Architects a posh space for the owners to live without any perceivable space constrictions.
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