Beautiful interiors with separate ramps for both entering and leaving mean there is little room for getting lost. The transparent nature of the building ensures that you never feel claustrophobic; like in the case of many other old parking lots. Beautiful and brilliant!
Adaptive reuse does much more than just save historic buildings and cut back on construction costs and wastage of resources. It is undoubtedly the biggest reason for the newfound love of all things ‘modern industrial’.
Some select dealers in the Europe allow customers to pick specific car models from Autostadt itself and in case you take up this option you can not only see a robotic elevator bring out the car you have chosen but also get a special visitors experience at Autostadt. Here are twin towers where cars come ahead of men!
Designer Axel Peemoeller took the whole color-coding of parking garages to a new level by creating a vivid atmosphere where different colored lines lead you to various exits.
Let’s talk signage. Have you ever been searching for a garage sale only to get lost along the way? And then get so frustrated that you turn the car around and head to another sale–one that guides you there with clearly labeled signs?
When architect Paul de Ruiter was asked to come up with an idea for a modern parking space in the uber-busy Veranda strip close to the Feyenoord stadium in Rotterdam he decided t create a parking space that would alter the image of all such commercial buildings.