Designer and architect Holger Schubert gives us a closer look at his Ferrari 512 BBi and his equally stunning office/garage that displays the car. The 1,200-square-foot space won him the Maserati and Architectural Digest’s Design Driven contest for best garage a few years back. Particularly interesting is the inseparable relationship between the car and the space that was designed to house it, which includes a ramp built into the floor that tilts the car, allowing Schubert to back out across a bridge to his back gate. The car in turn is perfectly colored to match Schubert’s minimalist design ethos and somber palette choices for his space. Whether you admire the car, the structure, or both, Schubert’s car-office combo is a unique design combination of aesthetic and function, and certainly a work of art to be jealous of.
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