Adraga is a tiny home that features a variety of sustainability elements, including solar panels, rainwater collection, and composting garden beds. It is home to a retired couple who just want to disconnect from the busyness of the world. The Madeiguincho team designed their tiny home with a rectangular, flat-roofed silhouette. They incorporated movement through windows and doors, with a single farmhouse-style door leading into the bathroom.
The Dodo Van
The Dodo Van was designed for a young couple who wanted to live in a smaller place. The 1993 Chevy van was actually purchased for work and travel. Inside the van, there is a full-sized mattress and a kitchenette with a fold-up dining table. The Dodo Van was designed with transformation, limitations, and spatiality in mind. The designers considered the needs of a young pair who work with local communities and are frequent travelers. They only take their essentials with them, so a small mobile home is just right.
Tasked with the idea of remodeling a vintage 1948 Vagabond travel trailer, the Darlin Trailers team recently shared the images of the reworked 23-foot travel trailer, aptly called the Hudson after the original trailer's birthplace. The travel trailer has been fully renovated to meet the needs of modern life, starting with the eye-catching exterior. The trailer is finished in a striking matte black, with a contrasting white roof, and the wood accents on the windows and door add to the curb appeal. You step right into the hallway, where you are greeted by the luxurious white interior, which complements the exterior.
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