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Bay Window in San Francisco Creatively Turned into Garage

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San Francisco resident Corey McMills decided he no longer wanted to deal with the heavy traffic of San Francisco. So he came up with an ingenious idea for parking his car: turning his bay window into a garage. Seen on Curbed, this amazing idea doesn’t leave room for nothing but admiration. The conversion was completed by a company of architects called Beausoleil Architects, according to the owner’s concept. We believe this project could be taken forward; what if parts from inert buildings could be put to good use and transformed into spaces for parking? Have a look at the video below to see how this unusual garage works and let us know what similar creative garage conversions you have seen lately.

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6 responses to “Bay Window in San Francisco Creatively Turned into Garage” - Add yours!

  1. dana said:
    April 22, 2011

    stupid….

  2. thomas said:
    April 22, 2011

    imho a terrible idea.
    instead of reducing the impact of cars on our daily life, let them further intrude into personal space.

  3. tuffigirl said:
    April 22, 2011

    I think it’s brilliant…. although your use of the English language leaves a lot to be desired. Saying “this amazing idea doesn’t leave room for nothing but admiration” instead of the proper “this amazing idea doesn’t leave room for ANYTHING but admiration” makes you sound uneducated. Not something I’d want it print.

  4. Samia said:
    April 22, 2011

    Aucune originalité.

  5. Marc_G said:
    April 22, 2011

    Nice idea creatively, but i have the feeling that despite the nice and flashy no parking sign he’ll still get boxed in every other morning by someone parking in front of his “garage”.

  6. April 22, 2011

    What a way to conceal a garage and possible self-storage.
    More like Bat-Cave techniques!