KRE House

March 26th, 2010

The brief for this house was quite simple: “I want a 9 car garage and be able to enjoy viewing one of them in the living room.” Takuya Tsuchida designed exactly such a house, it has an elevator for one car from the garage to the living room. I can totally understand the owner of a Lamborghini Countach Anniversary edition, to make such a request. I guess it’s no surprise that can find this house in Tokyo.

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34 Responses to “KRE House”

  1. Ralf Zmölnig Says:

    Wow, that is real inspiring. May I live there for 4 weeks to check it out how it feels? Yes? Great, I will arrive saturday. And please don´t forget to leave the key of your lambo, so that I can go for a ride ;o)

  2. Matthew Says:

    Hey Ralf. Please keep the place nice and tidy as I will be checking in after you leave on Saturday, April 24th. Don’t forget, check out is by noon. I have a reservation for the SAAM room at The Bazaar by Jose Andres at 6pm, so I will need the keys to the Lambo as well. I’m checking out early Monday morning, as I can only stand Los Angeles for a couple of days at a time.

    Thank you in advance :)

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  24. jewel Says:

    aaah man the door should be red.

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  26. MattK6 Says:

    It’s a piece of art, why should the owner only get to appreciate it when he is inside? Personally, I’d rather see my Miura S, but that is a real museum piece!

  27. dublo Says:

    Sensibly put the fridge just next to the left hand car door. Pull in, step out and crack a cold one.

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