The Autohaus is a car collectors’ garage and residence in central Texas by Matt Fajkus Architecture studio . The plan highlights smaller living quarters, communicated as a solitary mass, skimming over an open zone for adaptable assembling and car adjustment/show. The second floor volume is moved forward to take into consideration twofold stature perspectives to the carport space at the back, while making an ordinary parking space underneath the floating bed chamber in the front. The twenty-foot cantilever is influenced conceivable by W30x116 to steel shafts, and a light-filled stairwell gives physical access between the two volumes. Specially designed steel and glass sliding entryways open up the living space to a vast rooftop porch encompassed by tree shelters, empowering indoor/outside living in a urban setting.