The 269-square-foot ESCAPE Traveler stands out from other trailers by blending in. Designed to resemble a prairie cabin, its cedar lap siding makes it a strong visual fit for scenic destinations.
Part tent, part RV, the NASA-inspired Cricket Trailer is the go-to camper for the modern road tripper.
Professor Lucas Brown realized this tiny house, which can be towed on a standard trailer behind any four-cylinder car, with help from students at Green Mountain College in Vermont. A rainwater system and single solar panel power the teardrop-shaped transportable.
The jaunty boat-like shell of the Hütte Hut began with a case study undertaken by Brian and Katrina Manzo, a husband-and-wife team of industrial designers behind Sprouting Sprocket Studio. Katrina Manzo explains the pair’s 44-square-foot mobile prototype as “both reductive and luxurious.”
Fed up with boxy trailers that blot out their scenery, F9 Productions developed ATLAS as an airy alternative for road travel. Part of a series of projects that experiments with practicality, the trailer clocks in at 7,500 pounds, with 192 square feet of interior space spread across two levels.
A young couple on the move built this 236-square-foot trailer home that will go wherever life takes them.