When Holger Schubert created his studio-garage space, he did what any self-respecting, Ferrari-loving, minimalist architect would do: he took his work-of-art BB 512i and built everything around it. As any showcased work of art deserves to be, Holger’s car is in the spotlight and on the pedestal that is the studio garage, which was designed and built for the specific purpose of working and living alongside the Ferrari. Holger shares the details of his car and of his enviable space, which includes a 16-foot driveway bridge, a ramp to roll the car outside to start, and some of the best views a car can take in of the Pacific Ocean.
By all rights, I should be dead by now. I spent my first minutes outside of the hospital where I was born in a Ford Pinto. In those crucial moments of life, I undoubtedly inhaled formaldehyde fumes as other cars whizzed past the Pinto’s explosive rear bumper.But somehow, I escaped fiery death and, so far, cancer caused by crappy vinyl seats, and am here to tell the tale. You might be wondering how, how could anyone’s parents allow their first-born to have his initiation to motoring in so infamous a piece of sh … automotive history.
This is just amazing.
I’d love to find/drive one of these trucks