The architects at Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) have made something special for an unnamed bajillionaire in Denmark with a penchant for design and a car collection to match.
Pictured here, ladies and gentlemen, is the dream: a fully-outfitted garage to house and work on all your favorite toys that just so happens to be attached to a duplex you can live in. All for the low, low price of $99,000. I want to go to there.
I'm not going to get overly sentimental or nostalgic, but a mechanic's shop is more than just a place where cars are repaired.
Life can take interesting turns, but when your passion becomes your job, you pretty much nailed it. Roland Sotello, owner of Moto Guzzi specialist The Spare Parts Company in Philadelphia did just that.
The architects at Peter Kunz Architektur have built our new our dream garage: five concrete cubes protruding from a Swiss mountainside.
If you've ever wondered how the obscenely rich squander their wealth, here's your answer. Tom Gonzalez made a small fortune when he sold his software company, so he purchased an elaborate estate in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, which includes one of the most over-the-top and drool-worthy garages we've ever seen.
You wouldn't hang a da Vinci in your root cellar and you wouldn't store your spotless supercar in that big room full of boxes and inline skates that passes for a garage. Take a tour of these ten creative and expansive chambers of Garage Mahal, as selected by Jalopnik readers.
Adam Cramer runs a vintage motorcycle shop in Philadelphia, and filmmaker Andrew David Watson pulled him away from his obsession long enough to hear Cramer's lament for the loss of American craftsmanship. Do your children know from a Phillips screwdriver?
The $65 million wall-less parking garage in Miami doesn't just host weddings, it also hosted the awesome wire-frame Range Rover Evoque statue at last year's Art Basel. More photos below.
We've all heard the stories about the Sultan of Brunei's massive five billion dollar collection of 7,000 high-performance cars. But where does he keep such an astonishingly huge stash? Here in this five-aircraft-hangars-large building near The Empire Hotel.
Miami's amazing $65 million parking garage at 1111 Lincoln Road appears almost entirely free of walls. This despite holding 300 cars, numerous high-end shops, one really expensive home, and floors of akimbo supporting piers.
Not enough room at home to house all your cars, beer, flat screens and buddies? Buy a garage condo and the wife will never nag you to store her minivan in there again.
Quick! Call animal control, there's a lion in the garage! Okay, it's a bit on the small side, but still... "LION IN THE GARAGE!" I hope he doesn't see us. Oh hell, he's turning around! ...wait a minute.
We like the BMW Isetta, but we'd never really seen a need for one. Until we saw this guy's 61-inches-across garage. It's so narrow he maneuvers the car door into the house to get out. He needs an Isetta.
We don't have a Ferrari. But if we did we'd consider building an entire house around it so you could view it while cooking, eating, or defecating. Heck, we're gonna do it for our Volvo.
The man cave. A mythical masculine lair filled with automotive goodies and toys designed to make a man happy. Here's how to create your very own man cave in ten easy steps.