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This is a residence located in Hong Kong. It was completed by
The interior design of the residence is not at all extravagant (aside from the transparent garage). In fact, the contemporary white walls and minimalist furnishings create a very light and breezy ambiance inside the house. Full-height windows let in lots of natural light and panoramic views, light wooden floors add warmth to the rooms and oversized light fixtures prevent the spaces from looking dull.
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In their efforts to ensure a seamless connection between the interior spaces, the designers also gave this house a glass box which encapsulates a red Ferrari. The car sits on a platform slightly above the living room floor level, just above the kitchen. The car display box can be concealed with shutters if desired.
At one point sports car manufacturer Maserati in collaboration with Architectural Digest Magazine held a contest where the challenge was to design a dream garage for the company’s iconic car. The winning design was created by Holger Schubert and you can see it right here. The design manages to depict a pure and minimalist environment where the focus is on the car which is regarded as a piece of art. At the same time, the design manages to offer the feeling of arriving at home in a comfortable and welcoming environment.
What if you want to be able to showcase your awesome car and to show it to your guests but you don’t want it to take up space in your living room all the time? Well then you do what architect architect Takuya Tsuchida, of the
In Singapore, supercar enthusiasts (and owners) have the option of living in one of the hi-tech Hamilton apartments on Orchard Road which come complete with single or double parking spaces adjacent to the living rooms. Specially-designed elevators allow the vehicles to be safely transported from street level into the apartment where they can then become focal points.