No more boring labyrinthine car parks…..

Inspiring designs for more interesting car parks and although we’d all like them to disappear off the face of our cities most of us can’t get by without our cars – so why not have  more livable and likable places to park them…. from the cool hunter

Great, aesthetically pleasing design needn’t be limited to traditional architectural forms such as houses and public buildings.


Utilitarian spaces, such as car parks, present architects and designers with a unique opportunity to bring beauty and harmony to the everyday functional spaces that are normally ignored by great design minds.

We’re excited to report that the tide is changing, evidenced by these good-looking car parks.

Modern design is all about “experience” and these car parks pictured acknowledge that one’s experience of a private or public place begins the minute they pull up in their car. Innovative developers and designers are recognising just how crucial this is – it’s almost too late by the time the consumer arrives at the front door. The “experience” of good design starts well before that.

Our agency ACCESS is currently working with a few developers/city councils globally in creating the ultimate public car park and we’re on the hunt for architects/designers who already have created in this space. In the know? Get in touch. Seen any other interesting car parks we should know about – send us tips – Bill Tikos

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2 thoughts on “No more boring labyrinthine car parks…..”

  1. I’m hoping you can tell me where the car park is with the larger-than life images of people walking, in a wheelchair, walking a dog, etc.

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