Every day more and more new models appear.cars, the old ones go down in history. But not always love for them passes without a trace, and in this case exclusive garages-museums are created. The desire to return the former glory to rare cars inspired the professional driver Porshe to create an extraordinary exhibition pavilion. In the hangar area of about 370 square meters, the owner presented his rare collection. He put a piece of his soul into every exhibit, every detail went through a difficult path of rebirth, and after careful restoration the cars got new lives. This garage museum is located on Mercer Island inSeattle. Architects from Gelotte Hommas Architecture undertook the design and construction of this unusual structure. They wanted the garage to live and be interesting to people. The house looks great on the urban background. The building is constructed of smooth red brick. The first floor from the outside is decorated in muted green. The roof has a beautiful design and is covered with designer tiles. To give a soft appearance, the front part is trimmed with natural stone. The room has a large doorway. Standing next to the old red gas tank as a polite doorman invites you to a little plunge into the past. Immediately upon entering the garage begins the gallery. Here are more than 20 rare cars installed on special hydraulic elevators. They are height adjustable, which allows visitors to view the exhibits in detail from all sides. The design of the exhibition hall is made in a purely masculine style. Under the pointed roof you can see a metal frame and lamps of the correct form. Large diameter pipes and hoods are not covered by anything and only support the garage theme. The color scheme of the room is made in beige shades. And rainbow colors add cars themselves. They are presented in bright yellow, and in aggressive red, and in strict black. Each model is in perfect condition. One of the amazing examples is a helicopter suspended from the ceiling. Once it was in a broken state, but now it has historical value and is the pride of the museum. The wall near the stairs leading to the upper floor is decorated with historical photographs. Original lamps made from different parts of machines and secondary raw materials were placed on the ceiling. Once on the second floor, you will see a long bridge,connecting the two parts of the garage. Walking through it, you can take a closer look at the helicopter, see the cockpit and all the internal paraphernalia. At the other end of the transition you will find a small surprise. This is a collection of car racing hoods. Going a little further, you will get to the gym and a small office room. The view from the second floor window is amazing. Landscape design thought out to the smallest detail. The building is surrounded by plants and trees. If you look closely, you can see on the territory of a high totem pole, made of scrap metal. A rooster is made of this material, which stands above the entrance to the museum.