While not necessarily at all related to fashion, I believe there is a lot to learn from this type of style.The planner who decided to place a parking lot beneath the old ceiling probably annoyed hundreds or thousands of people who wanted the structure to be used for something more prestigious. However, at the same time, the architect likely created the most elegant car park in the world, and that is something unique to smile about on a CV.
There are several ideas here that could be replicated by fashion designers in their efforts to create something 'stylish', in all of its shape-shifting glory.
The old-meets-new is and, given the nature of time, probably always will be a secure base for any new creation. If the creation can be as radical as this parking lot then the old-meets-new template doesn't need to be as boring as it usually is.