Although some could see this as sacrilegious, it's hard to deny that this church-turned-nightclub looks absolutely stunning. Entrepreneur Franseco Ravo purchased the church and hired Puresang Design Studio to create Spirito – Martini, a new urban hotspot in Brussels, Belgium. Combining modern glamor with "gothic extravaganza," the space includes three bars with five different lounges and a private room. Guests “should be able to enjoy the luxurious champagnes, divine liqueurs, or a delicious Martini on the heavenly beats of a live band or DJ.” Puresang maintained various architectural elements from the former Anglican church, most noticeably the arches, high ceilings, and extravagant chandeliers. Furniture upholstered in velouté fabric and leather create a luxurious setting, while digital printing and unique wall paper with a Victorian flare has been used to dress-up various surfaces throughout the interior.

Spirito – Martini website Puresang Design Studio website via yatzer
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  • gorgeous~!!
  • When I was a kid, I used to fantasize about what it would be like to live in a church. I guess this is the next best thing. The brick hallway looks awesome the way they chose to light it.
  • Oh snap!! I would LOVE to go there!!! Looks stunning!!!! The interior looks amazing with a modern twist and the photos shot are also super!!
  • Wow this is AMAZING... I really want to go there. Also, churches are just buildings... here in Montreal there are a ton that have been bought and turned into Apartment buildings or whatever... I don't see a problem with it.
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