Aston Martin Is Building Luxury Lairs For You & Your Car Collection

Aug 15, 2019

Category: Living

Every good car deserves a good home. But the higher you go on the luxury scale, the more deserving that vehicle is of equally-opulent digs. Well, the folks at Aston Martin appear to be keyed in on this fact because they’ve just announced their Automotive Galleries and Lairs project.

Unveiled at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, this new undertaking by the lauded British auto manufacturer is unlike any other. Customers will be given a chance to work with the Aston Martin Design Team and renowned architects to build a luxury space around your car or cars of choice — meaning the vehicle(s) are the intended centerpieces of these spaces. And while they have a few theoretical examples that include features like spiral staircases, large aquariums, and even rooftop pools — each and every space is intended to be completely bespoke and unique, with the customer’s desires taken to heart. Whether you’re a wealthy magnate looking to show off all your favorite pieces of automotive art or an actual Bond villain in need of a base of operations, Aston Martin has you covered.

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