Is this the world’s coolest Ferrari garage? We think so.
Built by minimalist architect Holger Schubert, the garage is actually part of his Las Angeles home.
Built to accommodate his beloved Ferrari 512 BBi, the ‘garage’ includes a hydraulic ramp at one end and a 15-foot-high, glass enclosed bridge at its entrance.
And the cost? Schubert spent $1.5 million constructing his dream garage.
Click through the gallery to see a video of Schubert’s garage in action.
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