Looping Car Collector Home In Denmark

Apr 28, 2015

Category: Living

For true auto enthusiasts, the driveway is one of the most important features of a home. So what about making an entire house basically just one big driveway? That’s what’s happening in Ålborg, Denmark, and it’s shaping up to be a car-lover’s dream.

Design firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) has taken up the project, a 750-square-meter, loop-shaped country house that’s all about showing off the homeowner’s vehicle collection, as the home itself is one long massive extension of the driveway. The plan is for the loop to showcases the cars and then continue on to feature the bedrooms and living spaces of the unique home. A large open-plan area at the top of the house will overlap the roof of the garage and branch out to a balcony, along with a terrace over the roof.

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