With space for new houses becoming more and more sparse, builders and architects are turning to old, unused buildings and converting them into modern, new homes.
This is great for two main reasons:
- Older buildings have so much more character then new builds, so renovating them, or in this case converting them, into new living spaces, preserves these great looking buildings for generations to come.
- It’s much better to re-use derelict buildings then to simply build on open, natural land, which adds to the global warming situation.
Here, Rubber Bond has some of the greatest conversions from all over the world…
Infographic by Rubber Bond
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