Japanese Architect's House Uses Supercars as Decor
Japanese architect Takyua Tsuchida has designed the ultimate abode for a car collector short on space in Tokyo. The 2,000-sq.-ft. dwelling features a through-floor garage / lift / display unit so the owner can enjoy his assemblage of supercars as part of a rotating decor scheme. The storage space holds nine cars, including a special Anniversary Edition Lamborghini Countach, which can be elevated for display in the living room via a hydraulic platform. Dubbed the "KRE", the house is light, airy, modern and minimalist with unfinished wooden floors, the better to display the owner's supercar collection to advantage. The interior also features Bauhaus furniture and a full-sized living tree. Tsuchida's No. 555 design studio has won many awards and accolades from avant garde architecture publications.
Gallery: Supercar House by Takyua Tsuchida