12 Craziest Garage Facades

Here's an idea from designer, John Scarratt, on how to turn an empty garage into a work of art that doubles as a clever ad! (Castle Meadow, Norwich.)

McMills Construction approached Beausoleil Architects for help installing a garage in the bottom floor of a property on Oak Street, in San Francisco's Upper Haight district, in order to maximize the tenant's rent. By hiding the space behind a retractable facade indistinguishable from the rest of the historic Victorian apartment house, they were able to avoid running afoul of the city planning department's strict appearance codes.

3d garage sticker.

A man can dream, can't he?

On a private grass airstrip in Florida sits a large ordinary-looking, two-story prefab home with everything one expects from domestic design: standard window sizes, white fences and a simple covered porch. Inside, however, there is enough space to fit a small personal aircraft.

Buddha-faced garage.

The company that does this can be found here: Style-Your-Garage.com

Another realistic 3d garage cover.

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