Living Church XL // Utrecht, Holland
The Waterhouse at South Bund Boutique Hotel in a 1930s Japanese Army Headquarters // Shanghai, China
An architect’s family home in a cow stable // Caceres, Spain
A home in a pasta factory // Marseille, France
Ricardo Bofill’s Home in a Cement Factory // Barcelona, Spain
Family home built around a cannon foundry // Pavilniai Regional Park, Lithuania
Modern home in a fire station stable // Melbourne, Australia
Apartment in a late Victorian schoolhouse gymnasium // London, England
Can we please discuss how rad all of these converted cement factories, cow stables, fire stations, gymnasiums, etc. are? I mean…
More jaw-dropping homes in bizarre places right this way.
Source and photos: FlavorWire
they're all just so fantastic, the apartment in the schoolhouse, the cement factory home and the cow stable home are my favourite though!! It's amazing how innovative people can be when it comes to living spaces
These are so cool!!! Awesome post!
beautiful pictures. wow!
I want to live in that cow stable!
Wow… Great spots! The church would be eerie, lol…
Wow I love all of these! I'd love to settle down somewhere a little out of the ordinary!
So interesting and amazing use of the space and light
these are so cool. especially love the cow stable one! i just don't understand why anyone would ever want a suburban one up one down new build when you could have something like this. x
I live in Utrecht, Holland. I´m gonna visit that church next week! It´s amazing! Thanks for charing!
Hhahah OMG I just found out that the church in Utrecht is just 2 minuts walking from my home! I will that some picture and post it on my blog! Amazing! I am excited to visit it. Thank you very much for sharing, I did knew it was so close to my home.
Me and my boyfriend are always looking at unsual homes! 🙂
such a cool post! I love that you would never guess what was inside most of these homes just walking by!
I love when people see potential and beauty in the most unexpected of places. What great homes!
I'd love to live in that cow stable, and apparently I'm not the only one!!!
I've always loved the look and feel of these type of spaces, with the shiny, new and functional items laid out in front of a nitty-gritty backdrop. So inspiring. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
great post! i love the idea of building homes of old buildings that have a history…
and of strange places like these as well…
since i'm little, i always had the idea of living in a water tower!
Absolutely gorgeous! I'm an email subscriber so I don't always drop in and comment—but I should! I appreciate all the work you do in providing such fun and inspirational finds. And I love the energy and passion that you convey in your writing. Love! Thanks!
oh my oh my I love your blog. (I've actually loved it for over a year now and been just elusively following you)
I love all the ambiences and unusualness in all of these places!
I am inspired to redesign my room now!
Wha-a-at??! This is awesome!
The fire house home is amazing. Such a great space to do whatever with.
I want that house which is situated in Pavilniai Regional Park, Lithuania.
Wow. Very cool.