1A NASA architect builds a space-saving camper
The Cricket is a made-to-order, modular, miniature trailer home. They come in different variations, but the most decked-out version features a kitchen, eating, sleeping and lounge spaces, as well as a hand shower, toilet, a flexible awning, a heating furnace and air conditioning—all somehow stored within a 15′ by 6.5′ trailer box with an (optional) pop-up, tent-like top.
2A mid-century trailer is given a second life
After the trailer was purchased in the early 50s, the buying couple lived in the space for a few years and then put it into storage for decades. There it sat until a new buyer finally got a hold of this perfect time capsule and polished it up. Everything inside still works, and with a little cleaning and some new tires, this 8,000-pound work of retro art came back to life. To see inside, check out the video below!
3A U.S. tech company builds the ultimate luxury RV
The camper's roof features a hot tub, lounge area, and a two-passenger helicopter—the Robinson R22 helicopter. (Whenever the RV is on the move, the helicopter is lowered into the bedroom to ensure its safety.) Inside, the cabin is equipped with high-end Furrion appliances, including a refrigerator, oven, wine fridge, three 75 inch TVs, a fireplace, and "smart" bathroom toilets and showers. It's not for sale, however. It's just a "vehicle" for the company to showcase their top new products to customers, but you can still take a look inside. (Source)
4A mid-century trailer that doubled as a houseboat
5A plane/boat/camper hybrid is about to hit the market
6A man recovering from surgery builds his dream camper
7A French family takes to the open road in a modified fire truck
Anthony had the self-contained, solar-powered home on wheels painted green because it reflects the couple's love of nature and the outdoors, while Benedicte crafted a contemporary interior that's as stylish as an Ikea floor display. It features a full kitchen, dining area, wet bath, two bunks on the main level for the kids' beds, and a loft over the living area where the couple sleeps. (Source)
8A Dutch designer creates a trailer which can triple in size
In the center (over the main floor's platform), the camper features a full kitchenette with a four-person dinette table. A spacious lounge space inhabits the outer portion, which can be indoors or outdoors, depending on the adjustable awning. When the other wall of the trailer is lowered, it becomes a sleeping dorm with a double bed and two single beds stemming outward from the main room.
9A mechanic creates a Deco masterpiece with a rooftop steering
10A '50s station wagon morphs into the ultimate camping accessory