Many cities and countrysides are home to old, abandoned buildings—from warehouses to lighthouses to churches. Adaptive reuse offers a way to breathe new life into abandoned historic structures.
A Grade II listed Victorian house, disused cattle shed and the ruins of a former parchment factory have been preserved and turned into a distinctive character-filled home.
A ‘not to do’ approach was taken for this adaptive reuse cafe project, which simply means they retained as much of the interior as possible.
A 16th century abandoned Renaissance church with a collapsed roof has been adapted into a unique and character-filled home in the Spanish countryside.
The Fabers Factories in Ryslinge, Denmark have been transformed into affordable housing using a ‘house within a house’ concept. Four new timber homes were designed to fit into the existing building, yet they sit completely ...
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