If you like the retro sleek stainless look in trailers, this company creates them brand new. Light enough to lift to the hitch yourself, it is designed to be a mobile metal sculpture. Its streamline design shares the best of the original, classic style, and efficiency, all in a soap-bubble-light aircraft-grade aluminum shell; perfectly adapted to 21st century conditions.
The beauty of this house-on-wheels lies in the fact that its compact and yet has ample living quarters. Bathroom, living room, bedroom, kitchen and an office, everything you need. The entire setup of the trailer is based on the rooms fanning out to a 252° radius.
The mobile walls and floor of each unit run on rails and can be slid open easily. Just like you open one of those Japanese fans, open up this trailer from under its protective shell and set up your mobile house. It’s as simple as that!
Conceived by British designer Robert Williams, the “Forfreedom” is an expanding living unit designed with sustainability in mind. Intended towards professional urban couple looking for a short break or outing, the modular caravan features an aerodynamically planned flowing form to ensure stability and fuel efficiency.
Featuring the flexible yet modern interior with a very simple finish that can easily be adapted to match the owner’s style and taste, the Forfreedom also contains a larger seating area and full size double bed that users can personalize with ease. The walls of the caravan are made in sandwiched fiberglass with closed cell insulation for efficient heating. .
The modular caravan comes with discrete storage solutions, including large rear storage which can also be accessed from outside for convenience during transport. This compact living unit opens up with the help of a sliding chassis and pivot on the one side to increase the size of the living space, while a private lounge area is created using an adjustable canopy that allows panoramic view of the surroundings.
Here is my favorite design, Opera, a private suite on wheels.
The opera camper is literally a private suite on wheels. This ingenious trailer design combines a compact and practical shape with a modern appearance, and all the delight of a tent accommodation. Complete freedom and absolute comfort are provided by features, such as: two electrically adjustable beds that can easily be transformed into one, a boiler supplying warm water to the kitchen, shower, hot air heating, ceramic toiler, refrigerator, low-energy LED lighting and many more. Just like a typical holiday home, only movable and… cooler.
Camping in the summer is a fresh, rejuvenating experience. But it can also involve quite a few unpleasant surprises, especially if you are one to enjoy luxury and feel reluctant about leaving your “comfort zone”. The Opera is an opulent take on a traditional trailer and comes with so many modern features, that feeling cozy while in the middle of nature will no longer be a problem.
If you are looking for the extreme ultimate RV then this custom built KiraVan motorhome built by a Dad for his daughter might be the perfect thing, if you have deep enough pockets.
Built specifically to do a little globetrotting, it also provides the perfect expedition vehicle for the family to enjoy the remote sights of the world.
The Long RV
Now here's an RV with room to roam, not just on the roads but inside the RV! RVtravel.com reader Jim Warren spotted this huge travel trailer at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Port Townsend, Washington. Chances are you won't find a trailer, motorhome or other RV bigger than this one!
When you think mobile home you think tin can with wheels and a hitch, but the folks at Obtainium Works think giant Victorian house on wheels complete with antiques and plenty of style. The Neverwas Haul was originally created to explore Burning Man festivals, but today it can be rolled right into your next party.
If this tickles your fancy then you're in luck! The Neverwas Haul is available for weddings, parties, and any other event you can roll it up to!
How would you like to live in a castle? When art meets engineering, you get some surprising results.
Before it unfolds like a Transformer cartoon, it looks like this:
In just minutes, this house truck transforms into a castle. Yes, a castle in a truck. See for yourself in the video HERE.
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