Turning the prosaic on its head is not simply an exercise for the guys at the Czech Republic-based Qubus Studio. It's religion. This is the studio, after all, that rendered life-size Wellington boots in porcelain—thereby flipping something that keeps water out into something that holds the wet stuff in. So when they got the task to renovate the baroque St. Bartholomew's Church in the Eastern Bohemian village of Chodovice, designers Maxim Velcovsky and Jakub Berdych did, in essence, the expected and the results are anything but predictable.
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