Unique and Sophisticated – Nice Car Garage Design Idea KRE House by No. 555 Architectural Design Office
By and large, a home living with two or three cars will absolutely demands somewhat larger garage. But, what about if you have nine cars?
Indeed when we plan to build a house, we always have certain prerequisites about how we want the hings to be in our home. The wealthier you get, the fancier those prerequisites become. It’s also true with the owner of next what-so-called KRE House.
The first one was that the house must have a nine car garage which featured with the possibility of viewing one of the cars from the living room. The second and last one was that the house needs to have a tall tree to be settled inside the house.
As a consequent, Tsuchida needed to come up with a design taking account the two prerequisites with the lot of only 2000 square feet at his disposal in the posh Shirokane area of Tokyo. And at last he came up with an interestingly striking design to meet the condition posed by the client – an elevator that lets to move client’s favorite car from the garage right away to the living room!
KRE House – A Nice Car Garage
This residence is truly a car lover’s dream. Kre House is a nine car garage home completed by the Japanese studio No. 555 Architectural Design Office, for a sport car enthusiast. It is such a beauty, a bright, sprawling modern home living built with some progressive functionality for the autophile in you. It is located in the high-end residential area, on 2,000 square foot lot in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.
As stated above, the most extraordinary requests demanded by the client are “garage space for nine cars”, “the most favorite car in the living room” and “high tree in the living room”. Since all the request cannot be accommodated on the project site, the building itself was designed as a large “Living Room”.
The greatest thing about KRE House is that your favorite car can be brought into your living room by an elevator lift, in an instance, since the building was designed as a big living room.
The structure comprises light steel structure boxes that were cautiously installed to the reinforced concrete box, maintaining the required distance and height with the car and the high tree.
Below its relaxed, by employing the entire basement, nine cars are able to be parked. Such a contemporary interior where we can find a nine car garage with an elevator or custom-made lift that conveys the homeowner’s favorite auto of the moment right into the living room. When the lift is lowered, it makes the system closed other movable floor.
In this case, that classic Lamborghini becomes the true centerpiece to this modern home, but the system offers enough flexibility to change that around on a whim in the blink of an eye.
Takuya Tsuchida indeed has outdone himself, for this is a genuinely inspired work of interior design for the loft-loving autophiles that are not able to keep their passions in the garage.
The Rest of the House
Even though there aren’t nice cars to store, the rest of the home remains meaningful. The tiered ceiling structure and fresh interior is accented by tall, palm-like foliage which creates a sense of life to this bright modern home. The common layer of floors which can usually be found in an ordinary house were replaced here with random floating boxes that producing the roomy living area possible. As stated by Tsuchida, “Though there are numbers of large scale items in this house, instead of setting the usual layer of floors, random floating boxes make the spacious living area possible.”
As outlined previously, diverse height and size rooms are floated willy-nilly in the big living space. Structurally, light steel structure boxes are hanged from or attached to the reinforced concrete box. These randomly floating boxes keep sufficient distance and height with the car and the high tree and result in an appealing open space. There is invisible borderline discovered at the spaces under the boxes, while at the same time each space has different functions in accordance with the height.