If you’re not shy about strangers visiting your garage on the morning of a sale displaying items here is not a bad idea. You can set up for the sale all week then simply raise the garage doors when it’s time for the event to start. Voila!
The options are diverse and largely depend on your own home and its overall floor plan. Everything from a forgotten attic and basement to the corner in the bedroom can be turned into a smart workspace.
Covering an entire city block and housing 791 cars the Car Park One is more like a park and less like a garage. A creative mesh that covers the building allows for plenty of natural air and ventilation while hiding the cars visually from the world outside.
Chicago is not known as the ‘windy city’ just for nothing. Many vouch by this moniker after a walk on the streets of the city on a cold winter day. The Greenway Self Park space taps into this awesome wind power by using spiral turbines that are laced thought its structure.
Pots were placed out in the driveway. This made them easier to load into cars once they sold. My aunt even put some faux greenery in one of her pots to show shoppers just how beautiful it could be when filled with plant life. A nice touch don’t you think?!
There is a lot here than meets the eye as at the heart of this modern parking space is a open courtyard with an Oriental touch. You can even find a tranquil pond and a waterfall as you drive to your parking spot.