Mullin Automotive Museum
The Mullin Collection Automotive Museum is a complete design of an existing 45,000 square foot, typical tilt-up concrete warehouse, which was built into both a public and private automotive museum for the world’s largest collection of Bugatti and French race cars of the 1930s. The design of the exterior includes a large entry canopy made of windshields, large graphic screens and a corner signage component with stainless steel and LED lighting.
The building’s many sustainable green building features include monitors for daylight and natural ventilation, a solar photovoltaic roof, a green roof with a new elevator penthouse and wind turbines. Interiors include a theater, gift store, private club, archives, offices, as well as display areas for cars and automotive artifacts.
- NEW AMERICAN LUXURY Summer 2012 (Featuring 747 House & Mullin Automotive Museum) Download PDF
- Los Angeles Times Online "Auto museum displays the crème of the crop" (Featuring Mullin Automotive Museum), 2010