Built within the grounds of a compound near the sea in the Middle East, this organically configured circular structure can display a minimum of 10 classic and supercars arranged around a raised central juice bar and relaxing area with 360 views of the cars.



The spirally formatted structure is to be built using curved cross laminated timber (CLT) beams that meet at a CLT ring at the apex of the roof, revealing glazed segments cut into the volume that provide natural light and views to the outside. The ceiling is further enhanced with small apertures that bring in ’star-like’ lighting effects.



The external skin is clad in bespoke ceramic tiles that provide a reference to sea shells found at the nearby beaches.



Car entry is through an automated opening within one of the glazed segments.