A Westbourne Grove, in the heart of Notting Hill in London, stands a church built in the late nineteenth century Gothic revival style. The appearance, with the needles and the large windows with pointed arches, not at all portend what is hidden inside. In fact, the former church was transformed into a loft: revisiting the concept of reuse, not only industrial but also more intimate, this apartment of 400 square meters is a secular hymn to the purity, lightness and freedom, which passes through the old spirituality, but at the same time it is clearly in conflict. The freedom of the gaze racing, white space and unobstructed, bright and lit up: a few furnishings and bright colors, but few who are not white. In the spacious living room sofas, ottomans and armchairs are B & B in Italy fuchsia and violet, while the lamps are by John Cullen. All the other furnishings have been specifically designed by the study Dos Architects, who oversaw the entire project. Spectacular scale fading, composed of glass plates walked in Saint Gobain, without lift, even the bed in the room remains suspended in the air, contributing to a sense of lightness that permeates the entire house; Boffi and Antonio Lupi items in the bathroom .