Petrolicious has made a visit to Holger Schubert's very special studio-garage in California.

Petrolicious has made a visit to Holger Schubert's very special studio-garage in California.

It can be described as part garage part work space that has a couch, an office, TV and a bookshelf. A ramp was built which can be raised in order to allow the Ferrari 512 BBi to back out of the garage before rolling on the bridge which is positioned 16 feet above the ground.

Back in 2010, Los Angeles authorities asked Schubert to tear down the bridge after neighbors complained and said it represents a safety risk and also sets a bad precedent in that area. As you can see, the bridge has managed to survive. Product designer Holger Schubert spent 1.5M USD to remodel his house, a project which was done over the course of several years.

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