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Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners
Building Movement – Garage for classic cars, KEGGENHOFF | PARTNER | International Design Awards Winners

Building Movement – Garage for classic cars

CompanyKEGGENHOFF | PARTNER
Lead DesignersProf. Dipl.Ing. Sabine Keggenhoff
Design TeamDipl.Ing. Michael Than
Project LocationGermany
Clientprivate
CreditsPhoto by: Constantin Meyer
Prize(s)Gold in Sports And Recreational Interior Design / Other Sports and Recreational Interior Design
Entry Description

Enthusiasm for motor sports marks this interior’s conceptual framework. The theme ‘movement’ is reflected metaphorically and constructively in the reinterpretation of a museum-scale, functional garage. The column-free interior offers space for garage, bar and service areas on the first floor. The folded acoustic ceiling is a cross-functional connecting element between all floors. Corresponding to the structural movement of the cubature bridging 20m of altitude difference, it strives towards the ceiling’s opening ribbon windows; it strives towards daylight.