For travelers who want the flexibility of a motorhome but can’t bear to part ways with their car, German company Ketterer has the perfect answer. Built using a Mercedes-Benz truck chassis, the Ketterer Continental Motorhome is a fully loaded luxury RV with everything you need/ want. The sleek motorhome features a luxurious living room, a dining area with a small kitchen, a lounge area, a bathroom, a master bedroom with king-size bed and a skylight and even a “garage” compartment for your smart car. The living room area can seat up to five people and the front of the truck can seat four people on seats that rotate for easy conversations. A special highlight of the Continental motorhome is a lateral Ketterer ‘Pop Out’ that can be moved above the ground to seven meters, thereby extending the living area into a new dimension by almost one meter. Moreover, this motorhome can also be tailor-made to your needs by customizing the colors, materials, and even the floor plan.
Designed by Portland based company Shelter Wise, Salsa Box is a 96 sq. ft. instant cabin designed to be an efficient, durable and budget-friendly Tiny Home which can easily be attached to any trailer hook. This cozy, compact cabin features nice kitchen, a queen sized bed, bath/shower combo setup, a flushing toilet and lots of creative nooks and crannies for storage. The windows and skylight built into the structure provide plenty of natural light. Moreover, it comes with a full 30 Amp RV hookup and RV water connection, with a price tag under $25,000, it seems like an affordable option if you want to have a compact home on wheel.
Matthew Hofmann from Hofmann Architecture recently completed a contemporary renovation of a vintage 1970′s Airstream trailer which currently serves as an efficient living and working space. The project is inspired by Matthew’s thought “live with less”. Moving has a way of making you consider the value of possessions. Hence, Matthew began to downsize his belongings and only take things that he needed to take around with him wherever he went; a truckload sized ball and chain.