Caravan Design That is Inspired by Airstreams and 50s Style

This innovative caravan was designed aiming creating something exceptional from the plain boring white boxes around and to recapture some individuality yet have the minimum resemblances to identify it as a caravan to potential buyers. The design is inspired by 50s style and highlighted by whitewall tires, wheel covers, the sleek airstream shape, aluminum band and shady windows. The modern and sophisticated interior features a separate bedroom located above the living area operated by electronic pop up roof and a movable ladder allows accessing the bedroom located at the end of the kitchen. Moreover, a standard sized bathroom, a hygienic kitchen and a fold down rear docking area have made the caravan really an extraordinary place.

caravan design by rob villa

caravan design by rob villa

caravan design by rob villa

caravan design by rob villa

caravan design by rob villa

caravan design by rob villa

Designer : Rob Villa via [ProductDesignForums]



4 thoughts on “Caravan Design That is Inspired by Airstreams and 50s Style

  1. Id Rent this for camping, Be neat- Id add:

    Dish TV array, Satellite TV array

    GPS

    Microwave

    Storage more

    shields for counter X winds.

    tinted windows for summer.

    Solar array roof for Hot Water alone.

    Very Cool.

    Rent Nationwide.

  2. Solar panels for sure, plus gadgets. I like the horizontal extensible section, but the wheels seem to limit it's speed while towed.

  3. Does it have a fridge?

    Don't leave anything in the bed compartment it will get squished. XD

    Honestly, I love it!

    I hate the way things are currently made…cars, rvs, caravans used to be so cool, now boring…

    This style is awesome though.

  4. At last! Something of our age. Something awesome.
    The only thing that we can not gather from the pictures is the feeling of the materials on which it would be built on.
    In my imagination it would be very smooth.

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