This "tiny but mighty" renovated garage packs a wealth of uses into a small footprint. To save space (and add spectacle), a custom Corian bookshelf converts into a speakeasy-style bar.
Architect Cary Bernstein oversaw this garage's transformation from a musty arachnid den into the ideal children's playroom, complete with storage space for art supplies and magnetized chalkboard walls for creative exploration.
SHED Architecture & Design transformed a dingy 1920s garage in Seattle into a charming, energy-efficient rental.
Richard North, the current owner of Marcel Breuer's 1959 Hooper House II, has altered as little of the original structure as possible. A light remodeling converted the carport into an enclosed garage to provide greater protection for North's collection of automobiles.
The Stradwick House, a 1,300 square-foot family home outside Auckland, began life as a brick garage. Rigorous local zoning laws make fabricating new structures almost impossible, so architect Marc Lithgow cleverly built on top of the garage's original foundation.