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Villa Gug Integrates Cars Into the Home's Architecture

 - Feb 26, 2015
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Villa Gug is a villa put together by the Bjarke Ingels Group for a fabulously wealthy client with an enviable collection of automotive playthings. This hope has a very unique looping shape that integrates the cars into the main body of the house. The house is located in rural land near Alborg in Denmark.

Rather than stashing the vehicles away in the basement or storing them in a massive garage, this particular client wanted a way to integrate the cars into the home.

Villa Gug has a total floor space of 750 square meters. Its looping form is a driveway that transitions into a private showroom and garage. Sloping upwards, the loop then leads into a gym and the actual house.

Given that the client considers his car collection to be a central part of his life, it's only fitting that Bjarke Ingels Group was able to construct a luxury home that takes this into account.