It is a modern home renovation and fashion which we will talk about today. Because after industrial warehouses and factories, up to the conversion of churches.
With high ceilings, and a large main room, not so far from the concept of loft indeed, but in an old building dedicated. The Gianna Camilotti architectural workshop has transformed a church in modern home in London. Gianna Camilotti is an award winning interior designer based in London and also worked in Milan, Rome and Sao Paulo.
The open living house after renovation
It has developed many residential and commercial design projects, as well as textiles for interior and product design. Regarding the proposed house renovation or conversion of a church into a friendly home, the original features of the Victorian-style brick building have been preserved. For the interior, the renovation has left the church as wooden beams supporting the ceiling, the rest is recognizable thanks to the beautiful transformation of the church except the glass.
The lounge seen from another perspective
The house is absolutely modern, open, with white walls, columns and arched windows. The interiors are mostly white, with clean lines and impressive forms; a magnificent staircase and lighting adds a modern look in space. Tables with printed animal keys make them more catchy and bright interiors. The private rooms are designed ingeniously, as well as the choice of furniture used in interior decoration.
Part of living with designer furniture
We can see here an example of the designer style that is characterized by elegance and timelessness combined with daring and cutting-edge Italian design. Do not be fooled by the ancient appearance of the building because inside it is really modern and contemporary design.
The spacious bathroom and well decorated
The dining room open to all
The open living room with a tv stand
The bedroom with exterior views
The kitchen with a job and baking pad
Another bedroom with a large bed
The living room with wooden beams