Posted in news on August 31, 2017 3:46 pm EDT

From Dairy Farm to House of Worship

The reinvention of space at CrossWinds Church in Livermore, Calif., takes adaptive reuse to a whole new level.

CrossWinds Church, Livermore, Calif.; images courtesy of www.visioneeringstudios.com.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

CrossWinds Church in Livermore, Calif., a product of Irvine, Calif.'s Visioneering Studios, takes adaptive reuse to a whole new level. The 100-year-old dairy farm had numerous buildings, in various states of disrepair, on its 35-acre property.

When CrossWinds, formerly housed in a leased industrial park in the Bay Area, decided to work toward a permanent home, its first choice failed to come to fruition. So the church considered the dairy farm site--in need of repair, but resting in a high-visibility area adjacent to an interstate and a transit station.

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