Car Park House By Anonymous Architects

Jan 9, 2014

Category: Living

Do you cherish your car? Like when some insensitive lout says “Bros before hoes!” do you feel the need to speak up and correct him: “No, friend. That’s AUTOS before bros, and then, if you must, hoes.” Even if you’re not that into your ride or misogynistic, you can surely appreciate the visual splendor that is the Car Park House by Anonymous Architects. Set in Los Angeles on a dramatically steep incline overlooking the San Gabriel Mountains, this home gives your vehicle the top spot with an open-air deck that’s level with the street.

The views of L.A. are simply breathtaking. A steel frame supports it all, including the human quarters with their wooden floors and walls. There’s plenty of natural light, and the white and gray color scheme makes for a very clean, very futuristic feel. We think you, and especially your car, would be quite happy here.

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