Though the legend of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs developing the first Apple computer in a garage at 2066 Crist Drive in Los Altos is certainly romantic, it didn't exactly happen that way.
The next time you find yourself in need of a parking spot in Utrecht (been there!), steer yourself towards this new garage. Not only will you be able to park your car, you'll also be able to get in a little belaying practice—thanks to its two climbing walls, which run along the edge of the building's slabs.
You can take great pride in your vehicle even if you don't have a clue how to fix it. And if you do know what you're doing under the hood, that intimate bond borders on spiritual.
I hadn't realized the parking situation was so desperate in San Francisco that someone was forced to install a secret garage in their ground floor! To please the city council, the architects retained the Upper Haight house's facade, which you can see actually revolves and folds in the video here, allowing four cars…
Searching for your lost car in the mall parking lot ranks high on the list of modern hells. But a new system, built from a mesh of networked cameras, tracks the vehicles of confused shoppers. Super convenience or ORWELLIAN NIGHTMARE?
Got a couple fancy cars and a couple million dollars to burn? If you do, you could probably use a robotic garage to store them in style. If not, just ogle these mechanical marvels our friends at Oobject found.
File this under supercool things your mother would not want to see you do: road bike purveyor NeilPryde had one of its people cruise down a parking ramp on their new Diablo cycle. Oh, and its wheels were on fire.
"I want a 9 car garage and be able to enjoy viewing one of them in the living room." And so it came to pass, and the people rejoiced. I love it when rich people go bonkers, don't you?
The En Suit Sky Garage, a personal elevator for your car, is pretty damn cool.
See this remote-controlled Mini in Racing Green from Solid Alliance? You're probably not that impressed with it, are you? (I admit, the headlights are just shonky.) Well, you should see what it comes with: a garage that acts as a charger and connects to your computer's USB port. Find out how to control the car and…
Ok, so maybe there won't be a 7-foot tall robot who takes your keys and parks your ride, but that's not to say New York's first robotic parking garage won't be worth checking out. The garage (which will be located in Chinatown) will be able to squeeze 67 cars into a space that would otherwise fit 24. (Kinda like your…
Got three cars but just a two-car garage? PhantomPark is a solution to that problem with an elevator that takes that sporty trophy of your midlife crisis underground. Its elevator can lift two 5000-pound vehicles at once, and the top of the elevator functions as the garage floor for that second vehicle.
Remember that Robotic Garage that went haywire? Well now you can have your own, ready to disobey your every command. Harding Steel's 110-volt residential garage lift needs only 9-feet of vertical clearance, hauls 12,000 pounds, and comes in different sizes for rides ranging from Civics to Cadillacs.
We report on a Jalopnik report of a Wired.com report of a batshit insane robot garage in the wilds of New Jersey. The garage stopped working after a software license expired, turning the garage, who friends described as friendly, into a stubborn machine that showed up to work, but didn't do a damn thing for 10 days.…