The decline in church attendance during the last few decades means that many of the churches in the Netherlands have lost their function. The remaining 13 elderly friars, however, moved into a nursing home in 2005, and the complex is divided and converted into about 40 apartments. To allow more light into the room, they cut a Mondrian-inspired glass window into the front of the house facing the street perhaps paying homage to the famous nearby Rietveld Schroder House. The design team chose to keep many original features such as high gothic stained glass windows and the original choir organ .. A Dutch company called Zecc old chapel has been converted into an apartment, carefully respecting and improving the character of the original building. The entire living area has been whitewashed, while the private spaces above were painted dark. In conclusion this place might be controversial, but it looks very modern and stylish. The chapel is part of a large housing complex of the Friars of Utrecht, which at its peak, around the mid-20th century, housed 217 residents. Their specific architectural features often fall by the roadside in this process. Not every church can be converted into an exhibition space of the city, and if, for example, the use of housing chosen, the original spatial qualities are usually lost.