Typically, people hang paintings, photographs of life memories, iconic objects, mirrors, or a variety of decorations such as stickers and wallpapers on the wall. For some, however, it is not enough. You want to keep the luxury things you have an emotional relationship with close.
If you love luxury cars and you are sorry that your darling is parked in the garage, you can move it home. You can make it the dominant element of your dwelling.
This is the case of Pablo Perez, who is known for his superb collection of super cars and racing cars, but also for his enthusiasm for interior design. He “parked” his luxury Pagani Zonda Revolution on a wall in the living room. This unprecedented act bordering on madness suddenly became a work of art fulfilling three functions: a car as an artistic image, a car as a hobby, a car as an element dividing part of the house. Are you also inspired? Judge for yourself whether such steps have anything to do with art in the true sense of the word, whether it is a shot of spontaneity and an unreasonable step. However, you already know how to surprise your guests unexpectedly.
Pagani Zonda Revolucion is considered one of the most complicated cars made of hand-woven carbon fiber and titanium. In the rear part of the Revolucion is a 6.0-liter engine with a twin turbocharger Mercedes-AMG, which has up to 800 hp. The car was produced in only 5 copies and was priced at 2.2 million euros without tax.
And what luxury things decorate your interior?