Preserving historical architecture

This building is a 17th century condominium in Crema, Northern Italy – the Palazzo Compostella già Dolfin.

At first glance it seems perfectly normal, but in fact it hides an underground car park by the brilliant use of hydraulic stacking technology.

The end result is a garage that stores 18 cars invisibly underground, with the ground-level surface designed to match the courtyard design.

Fantastic!

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