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July 26, 2013
Churches are among some of the most breathtaking works of architecture, but they need not be reserved for congregations only.
The most dramatic view in the apartment, the First Presbyterian Church looms large in the Kovel living room.

When building his home in an up-and-coming neighborhood in Portland, architect Jeff Kovel embraced his next door neighbor, the First Presbyterian Church, with a double height window in his living room. Photo by John Clark

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A former 19th-century Baptist church is now home to a pair of empty nesters thanks to an innovative restoration by Alan Organschi and Lisa Gray. Here, the choir loft is transformed into a master bedroom and bath, thanks to a birch “pod.” Photo by Juliana Sohn

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The idea to launch a design-build studio grew out of Moskow and Linn's experience building their own personal project, the <a href="http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/swamp-thing.html">Swamp Hut</a>, in 2008. "You're always looking for that job that you can

The Chicken Chapel, intended for birds rather than people, this chicken coop was a student project with Moskow Linn Architects.

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The most dramatic view in the apartment, the First Presbyterian Church looms large in the Kovel living room.

When building his home in an up-and-coming neighborhood in Portland, architect Jeff Kovel embraced his next door neighbor, the First Presbyterian Church, with a double height window in his living room. Photo by John Clark

Photo by John Clark.

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