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The Opera Campervan: Modern Luxury on the Move

Posted on 14 April 2011

The aptly named Opera Campervan (its style was inspired by the Opera House in Sydney) was designed by Axel Enthoven, a Belgian architect, with an eye for style and luxury. The concept of this canvas trailer is all about bringing the freedom of camping to those who want a little more comfort with their moveable surroundings.

The trailer, which features a heap of leather and stainless steel, is big enough to house two beds (electronically adjustable), a teak veranda and a kitchen. Also, there is an exterior shower, ceramic interior toilet, refrigerator, and hot and cold water along with hot air heating.

The Opera, which retails for € 29.370,00, folds up quite compactly making it perfect to hitch to just about any vehicle.

Bob Villa's Retro Modern Campervan Design

Posted on 14 April 2011

While caravans are not always synonymous with style this concept design from Bob Villa shows that the two words are not mutually exclusive. Indeed, Villa's design is proof positive that smooth, aerodynamic lines plus a great interior design add up to a campervan that just about anyone would be happy to drive--and sleep in.

Does the outside of Villa's camper design remind you of something? The retro cool exterior was inspired by the 1950s and the Airstream campers of that time. We can see a bit of 50s diner cool in the details on this design.

Concept Caravan: The Case Van

Posted on 14 April 2011

When James Curtis pictures the future of campervans the Case Van is what he sees. Curtis entered his design into a competition looking for the best concepts for future campers, and scored runner up status with his forward thinking idea.

Craving a Nomadic Existence? The 252° Living Area May Be For You

Posted on 14 April 2011

Ever wished that you could pack up your belongings and hit the open road? Dreamt that you could somehow bring along all the comforts of home for the ride? The 252° Living Area concept Mini Home, designed by Stephanie Bellanger, Amaury Watine, François Gustin and David Dethoor, seeks to allow people to do just that. And while space is obviously sacrificed this model
features a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room and an office.

So how can this home-on-wheels manage to have so many rooms while still being designed to be attached to a vehicle? Good question. Once parked the concept mini home can be spread out--to, you guessed it, 252 degrees--allowing for the extra space needed. A special screen protects the unfolded home from the elements.

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