Man converts old ambulance into a traveling tiny home on wheels

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Ebay may be filled with junk that could be turned into treasure, but one man took it a step further by converting an old ambulance into a beautiful tiny home.

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The luxurious Pohutukawa tiny home on wheels lets you live large in style

The notion of living large in small spaces is perfectly captured in the Pohutukawa, a tiny house on wheels that fits up to six people and boasts a double mezzanine. Designed by New Zealand-based firm Tiny House Builders, the contemporary Pohutukawa is a luxury tiny house that comes with a fully fitted-out interior and all the necessary hookups. Keep scrolling to take a peek inside the surprisingly spacious tiny house.

Fitted out with all the modern comforts of home, the Pohutukawa… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

A couple turns a Mercedes Sprinter into a solar-powered home on wheels

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This “boat” on wheels turns city dwellers into urban adventurers

This temporary installation in Utrecht, the Netherlands, transforms its site into an unknown land full of discoveries. City dwellers become “urbanauts”– contemporary adventurers that sail in the large public space. Rome-based design collective, orizzontale, conceived the project as a LED-lit modular wooden structure that reimagines the concept of a boat as a flexible urban space that merges art, design and technology.

The project is a piece of public infrastructure for RAUM, a workshop in… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

This tiny house on wheels can expand to meet the owner’s needs

This tiny house on wheels, built to withstand extreme climates, can expand in order to adjust to specific user needs. The Tiny House Company’s newest design, named Swallowtail, can be used as a primary home, weekender, studio, extended living space, or anything in between.

The design was inspired by post-war homes– it features a butterfly roof, timber screen, plywood cladding and corrugated sheeting. The butterfly roof has an integrated box gutter and downpipe for easy connection and rainwater… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

This adventurous couple revamped an old Airstream into a dream house on wheels

An Atlanta-based couple stumbled upon an old Airstream on eBay and decided to transform it into a home on wheels perfect for avid travelers like themselves. They revamped the Airstream in 10 months and made sure it was road-ready.

Sheena and Jason found the trailer, which they affectionately named Mavis, on eBay. The original owners intended to use it as a retirement home, but their plans fell through, leaving the Airstream in storage for eight years.

The couple renovated the structure themselves,… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Timber cabin on wheels lets you hit the open road in luxurious comfort

Seek adventure on the open road without leaving the comforts of home—that’s the charm of ESCAPE, a Wisconsin-based company that designs and builds RVs that look like tiny towable cabins. We’re always impressed by ESCAPE’s line of tiny homes on wheels and their latest addition, Escape ONE XL, is no exception. Clad in charred wood siding, the ONE XL was launched this month and comfortably sleeps up to eight inside a surprisingly lavish modern interior.

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This tiny home on wheels lets you change your Vista on a whim

The Vista, at its core, has a great deal in common with traditional recreational vehicles. The trailer measures 20 feet long by 8.5 feet wide trailer with a standard hitch, towable by any vehicle capable of handling the 6,500lb load. The basic model comes with standard RV hookups for water, electricity, and septic and that’s approximately where the similarities end. Beyond that point, the Vista offers amenities that no other travel trailer can possibly live up to.

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Couple converts 16-year-old van into a compact solar home on wheels

Thanks to new technologies, generations of digital nomads can replace their conventional houses with practical, mobile homes powered by renewable energy sources. This was the case with freelancer photographer Norbert Juhász and his fiancée Dora, a writer, who bought a 16-year-old van and transformed it into a solar-powered compact home on wheels which will take them all the way from Budapest to Morocco.

While the exterior of the van is unremarkable, its interior packs all the amenities the couple… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingEco funeral – Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Norway builds unique Bicycle Hotel to encourage more commuters to travel on two wheels

Norway’s “best cycling city” has added a new feature to make two-wheeled transport even easier for local residents and visitors. The new Bicycle Hotel (or the native “sykkel hotell”) adjacent to the main square of the train station in Lillestrøm (near Oslo) is that element. The project, commissioned by Norwegian National Railways as a public space, offers just over 5,000 square feet of bike storage space that is protected from the elements. The aim is to make cycling even easier for people… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingEco funeral – Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building