UNICAT has a number of all wheel drive expedition vehicles that can be transformed into tiny mobile homes for globetrotters. These specially designed trucks feature seatings, sleeping areas, small kitchens, showers, storage and washing machines. They can accommodate two to six people depending on the size and configuration of the vehicles. This is a cool way to travel and explore, or you can make it your permanent mobile home. These trucks can handle rugged terrain and harsh weather conditions.
For single young people who want to simplified their lives, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company offers some of the most practical floor plans for under 100 square feet. One of the most popular models is the EPU which is designed to be built on a trailer.
The Rolling Huts located in Mazama, Washington in Methow Valley were constructed to serve as modern form of camping. Designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects in Seattle, these environmentally-friendly huts sit lightly on the meadow, with wheels lifting the structures above the site.
Each hut is simple with 200 sq. ft. of interior space, and is equipped with a small fridge, microwave and fireplace. The 240 sq. ft. covered deck which surrounds the hut provides additional outdoor living space.
Imagine having your own little loft home transported to any site you want by helicopter. LoftCube by Werner Aisslinger is a prefab module designed for those who want to take their home with them wherever they go, or for anyone who wants a simple sustainable temporary home.
Austrian company Marchi takes luxury RVs to a new level. The eleMMent Palazzo is a minimalist mobile palace with a price tag of $3 million. This luxury mobile home combines characteristics from a sports car rear diffuser, the business jet gang way and the motor yacht flybridge. The interior features a master bedroom with its own bathroom. A fully automatic liftable flybridge lounge provides rooftop enjoyment. The 430 square feet RV can be expanded to 774 square when in camper mode. This amazing vehicle even glows in the dark!
This classic 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud travel trailer has been meticulously restored by Timeless Travel Trailers. This iconic Airstream was originally used as a hunting and fishing lodge near Goose Lake, Oregon.
This floating house in Archipelago Guaitecas, XI Region, Chile designed by Sabbagh Arquitectos is a floating sanctuary on the sea. The project was commissioned by fishing company Multiexport Foods for the purpose of building a relaxing environment for their employees while they are working in the fjords of the Aisén Region.