Architecture Design Award Winner.
Awarded Silver for Good Architecture, Building and Structure Design.
After standing derelict for more than 40 years, a dilapidated Methodist chapel in the north of England has been transformed into a self-catering holiday home for 7 people. The architects have retained the original characteristics – the tall Gothic windows and the main congregation hall – turning the chapel into a harmonious and comfortable space flooded with daylight. This 19th century building is located in a rural English countryside offering panoramic views to the rolling hills and the beautiful countryside.Visit Site