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To maximize the small space inside the Airstream, Suzuki removed the existing structures and added a central island the follows his <i>kenchikukagu</i> style of design. Near the door (front of photo), a sink and cook top is hidden under the steel cover. A

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Originally appeared in Hide and Sleep
on April 6, 2010
To maximize the small space inside the Airstream, Suzuki removed the existing structures and added a central island the follows his &lt;i&gt;kenchikukagu&lt;/i&gt; style of design. Near the door (front of photo), a sink and cook top is hidden under the steel cover. A
To maximize the small space inside the Airstream, Suzuki removed the existing structures and added a central island the follows his kenchikukagu style of design. Near the door (front of photo), a sink and cook top is hidden under the steel cover. At the rear (back of the photo), a dining table transforms into a set of twin beds. Photo by Sadamu Saito.

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