In addition to its striking glass facade, this hilltop home in San Francisco features a custom-made wooden garage door that conjures the image of a toothed maw.
Brian Whitlock saved himself a great deal of money by taking on much of the construction of his eco-friendly home in Bozeman, Montana. The open-air garage doubles as a workshop to hold the tools he used to build much of the structure.
Architect Janna Levitt laser-cut an astral pattern into the garage door of this renovated Toronto home, installing LED lights behind the fiber-cement surface to complete her depiction of the constellations Sagittarius and Scorpio.
Named for a perforated brick screen that affords its owners privacy as well as dappled sunlight, the Brick Weave House in Chicago also contains a spacious garage that stores these urban gearheads' bevy of cars and motorcycles.
In Decatur, Georgia, residents Todd and Heather Dominey turned to architect William Carpenter to build them a partially exposed living room and garage that would allow them to spend more time outside while still remaining sheltered.