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Contemporary Color Meets Gothic Architecture in This Church Renovation

This incredible apartment is located in Notting Hill, in north west London.

Looking for a unique home? Contemporary color meets Gothic architecture in this church renovation! It's a marriage of traditional and modern aesthetic!

Welcome to our gallery featuring the incredible Westbourne Grove Church project by DOS Architects!

This incredible apartment is located in Notting Hill, in northwest London.

The clients loved the traditional Gothic architecture of the home, but their personal styles were much more in line with spacious, open rooms and light-filled spaces.

The building was originally a church, and interior design both modernizes the interior yet preserves some of the most beautiful architectural features of the building, including the arched windows.

The result is a delicate balance between contemporary color and light and the original beauty of the church; the new features should never detract from the original details.

At the center of the home is the main living area, which is open, light and airy, and features soaring cathedral ceilings.

The area is framed by the enormous arched windows that look out on the neighborhood.

Other incredible features include the cantilevered glass staircase and the glass walls of the primary bathroom.

We hope you’ll enjoy this gorgeous renovation of a historic building!

Photography: DOS Architects / Carlo Carissio

The exterior of this gorgeous building is that of a historic Gothic church in London. The building is symmetrical, with impressive stone features like the twin turrets and arched windows.

The exterior of this gorgeous building is that of a historic Gothic church in London. The building is symmetrical, with impressive stone features like the twin turrets and arched windows.

The living room has enormous soaring ceilings and shares an open floor plan with the foyer and a library area. The sweeping, tall windows let in plenty of light.

The living room has enormous soaring ceilings and shares an open floor plan with the foyer and a library area. The sweeping, tall windows let in plenty of light.

Here's another look at the living room area from above. The bright red sectional and purple accents are stunning against the light wood and white walls.

Here’s another look at the living room area from above. The bright red sectional and purple accents are stunning against the light wood and white walls.

The main living areas are open concept, with more private upstairs via the cantilevered glass stairs. Here we see a section of the dining room, which looks out over the living room.

The main living areas are open concept, with more private upstairs via the cantilevered glass stairs. Here we see a section of the dining room, which looks out over the living room.

Upstairs are the more private areas, including the primary suite. The room is well-lit by circular windows. Minimalist furniture and decor allow the historic windows to be the focal point of the space.

Upstairs are the more private areas, including the primary suite. The room is well-lit by circular windows. Minimalist furniture and decor allow the historic windows to be the focal point of the space.

The primary bathroom features a trio of arched windows that let in plenty of light, but are narrow enough to still afford bathers plenty of privacy. Blue shutters allow for complete privacy.

The primary bathroom features a trio of arched windows that let in plenty of light, but are narrow enough to still afford bathers plenty of privacy. Blue shutters allow for complete privacy.

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