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Garage Design Contest by Maserati

Garage Design Contest by Maserati


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Italian sports car manufacturer Maserati, in partnership with Architectural Digest Magazine recently held a contest that invited applicants to design a dream garage fit for parking a Maserati. The garage design contest received many interesting entries and Maserati just now announced the winning design. The winning garage design was by Holger Schubert from LA in US.

According to him, there were two main objectives in mind: to create a pure and restrained minimalist environment that allows one to focus on the car as a piece of art and to create the ultimate experience for the driver to arrive at home.

Here is a video of the interior of the garage.

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Here are some of the other contest entries:

There was also another parallel contest for a concept garage that explored new horizons in garage design. Winner for this category was Chris Altman from Stubbs Muldrow Herin Architects.

His design approach seeks to redefine the relationship between car, driver and garage. Unlike the typical garage of today, the design redefines the notion of the garage from a space of storage to a place that exhibits the quality and prestige of the car. In concept, the garage is designed to refocus one’s attention on the car.

As this was indeed a concept category, the designers had a ball. Check out a few more unconventional ones here.

To view all the entries and full contest information visit here.

Feel free to tell us in the comments which one is your favourite among them.


Watch the video: Pininfarina Maserati Birdcage 75th 2005 making of, full documentary. Ken Okuyama, Jason Castriota (July 2022).


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