It is wooden flooring that gives warmth to the stoic interior while glass walls allow for free passage of natural light. The first signs of color come in the form the lush green tree at the heart of the courtyard filled with river stones and concrete stepping stones.
Designed by HOK Architects the parking space also uses a rainwater harvesting system to score more brownie points on the ‘going green’ scale. All that apart from the ample space of offer inside!
But I always have a few blank stickers on hand so I can write in prices too. such as the lid of a container as shown below:
This comes thanks to the apparent and brilliant use of LED lighting reliance on clean energy smart design and 14 specific parking spots that are reserved for electric vehicles!
Red is ‘Out’ Green signifies ‘in’ blue is for a level ‘up’ and yellow for a level ‘down’; it is all that simple!
Each trapezium-shaped floor has flowing runways that allow you to move up and down easily while ample daylight and a refined interior clad in metal give this space an airy and fresh look. This is one parking lot that actually lifts your mood with its design!