Located in Guimaraes, Portugal, the Porto-based firm Cannatà e Fernandes took sections of this nineteenth-century stone factory which were beyond repair and replaced them with white concrete for this thoughtful rebuild.  Photo 5 of 17 in A New Book Examines the Art of Breathing Life Into Forgotten Architecture
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To complement this renovation for a Bath stone and slate Baptist church from 1867 in Wiltshire, UK,   Jonathan Tuckey Design used blackened timber  as a direct reference to the tin tabernacle churches, which are a vernacular type of the rural West Country part of England to the southwest of London.  Photo 7 of 17 in A New Book Examines the Art of Breathing Life Into Forgotten Architecture
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