Ecclesiastical witticisms and creative but cost-effective details imbue this renovated 1928 church in the Netherlands with a spirit of fun
In 2012, working with a limited budget, LKSVDD renovated and transformed an old church which was built in 1928 into a slightly irreverent, but extremely groovy loft studio home for Oltoff, his stylist wife Sofie Siuker and their twin sons Boris and Midas. "We named our home God's Loftstory — which sounds like 'love story' — because we fell in love with the building and the place, and we made the church into a loft," says Olthof. This play on words continues in various sections of the home, which are christened with celestially-inspired nicknames.
This is a preview of the "Holy humour” article from the March 2015 issue of Perspective magazine.
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