This 1959 Airstream was renovated by a landscape architect for a unique function: he temporarily lives on the site of his landscape design projects during their critical early stages.
The landscape architect removed some of the interior surfacing to reveal the hidden rivets and craftsmanship.
A former NASA engineer, experienced in designing astronauts' living spaces, designed this unique traveling companion. Like any good spaceage design, the The Cricket Trailer is efficient, comfortable, durable, and aerodynamic.
The interior features multiple space-saving design elements such as a central table that lowers to become another sleeping surface. The benches hide storage space while the roof collapses for aerodynamic travel.
The Hütte Hut is a prototype designed and built by a husband-and-wife team of industrial designers. This sleek trailer is clad in marine-grade plywood and fabric.
The interior - which is a mere 44 square feet - glows with sunlight thanks to its translucent fabric skin.
Unfortunately, you probably can't road trip in this renovated Airsteam: it serves as the greenroom for a club and music venue in Austin, Texas. However, the project is located on a floodplain and can move in the event of a deluge.
The interior is richly surfaced in Mahogany veneer that adheres closely to the Airstream's aerodynamic teardrop shell.
Last but not least, this design is so "retro" it harks back to the untammed West. The Leaf House was designed to survive the frigid Canadian winter: vacuum-insulated panels, quadruple-paned windows, and heat recovery ventilation keep the 97 square foot interior warm in the worst conditions.
The interior exudes a rustic and quirky aesthetic; the mirrored wall fosters a sense of openness that defies the dwelling's small dimensions.