All posts with tag:non-residential reconstruction

In this wonderful red cottage in one of the Swedish villages, where Anna and Andreas’s family live today, an automatic telephone exchange functioned many years ago. In the digital age, the house stood in desolation for some time, but the couple loved the cottage and the grounds, who decided to move from Stockholm to a…

We are adding another home to our collection of unusual buildings converted into homes. Some 50 years ago, this yellow cottage in the Swedish countryside functioned as the only store in the village – its appearance and location by the road speak volumes about it. But in the 21st century, its original purpose was no…

This Malibu home is so wonderful thanks mainly to its past – it stands on the site of an old barn that was part of a large historic ranch. The cottage has a red wooden exterior, which is rare in this places where colonial and Mediterranean architecture is popular. Thanks to the barn architecture, the…

Throughout the history of our blog, we have seen a variety of buildings that have been converted into housing (school, chapel, clinic, barracks, etc.), but this time we have something really unique. Could you ever think that it is possible to live in a former train station?! This is exactly the story that took place…

London is rich not only in luxury Victorian town homes but also in the industrial architecture of the same historical period. Today’s loft is housed in a former warehouse building that is more than 100 years old – it was recently carefully restored and converted into a complex of residential apartments. The dwelling has a…

Each kitchen under the deVOL brand is a true small masterpiece. Or not really small, as in this case – the company recently created a gorgeous spacious kitchen in a renovated former school house in Germany. Arched windows, high ceilings and open space – thanks to the unusual purpose of living in the past, the…