fuckyeahawesomehouses:

Tiny Rolling House

(Source: freshome.com)

tinyhousedesign:

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/aerodynamic-travel-trailer-retractable-roof/Aerodynamic Travel Trailer with a Retractable RoofThe trailer has a retractable roof that creates an aerodynamic shape, which gives the Alto a drag ratio 75% lower than a traditional travel trailer. When the roof is closed the Alto has an exterior height of only 2,10m (83″) and can therefore fit nicely inside a garage.” – Living in a Shoebox
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tinyhousedesign:

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/aerodynamic-travel-trailer-retractable-roof/

Aerodynamic Travel Trailer with a Retractable Roof

The trailer has a retractable roof that creates an aerodynamic shape, which gives the Alto a drag ratio 75% lower than a traditional travel trailer. When the roof is closed the Alto has an exterior height of only 2,10m (83″) and can therefore fit nicely inside a garage.” – Living in a Shoebox

Read and see more at Living in a Shoebox

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luxuryaccommodations:

Bowlus Road Chief - Luxury Travel Trailer

Created by John Long, an authority in the field, the Bowlus Road Chief is a luxury travel trailer that combines revolutionary features with a spectacular aerodynamic design. Aiming to give road travel a boost, the innovative house trailer focuses on trusted materials and hi-tech, its luxurious interior being appointed with the latest modern conveniences in order to suit even the most discerning 21st century rover.

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fuckyeahawesomehouses:

Tiny modern Leaf House

(Source: jetsongreen.com)

tinyhousedarling:

Living on the Grid in a Tiny Space

I have always been intrigued by small spaces and when I was stationed in West Berlin in the early 80′s, I noticed that the people there had little “Gardenplatz” structures in a certain area in the city specifically set aside for that.

These were little cabins in a fenced in area where the owners could take a little holiday and do some gardening. They grew flowers and vegetables there. This was during the time when the Berlin wall was still up and real estate was at a premium. When the wall went up, Berlin was basically surrounded and cut off from the rest of the world. Berliners had to make do with what they had on hand.

These little cabins provided them with a getaway while still in the city. It was a place of peace and quiet and an escape from the harsh reality of the cold war. Then when I saw Jay Shafer’s Tiny Tumbleweed Homes years ago I knew this is what I wanted to do. I haven’t yet decided on what to build, but in the meantime I’m living on the grid in my little camper. I bought my first motorhome while stationed in Alaska in the early 90′s.

I had a little four cylinder Toyota motorhome that we took all over Alaska and did some camping and gold panning. Now I have a 15′ Riverside Retro 155 travel trailer that I have been living in for the last 4 months at a local mobile home park on a river in Naples, Florida. I’ll include some photos of my setup. Custom Batman graphics by my sons at Bay Printing, Bay St Louis, Mississippi.. Once again, thank you for all the information you put out on this old concept turned new, tiny houses.

taylormccutchan:

Here’s a man who is extremely proud of his trailer that he built himself. Within an hour of the start of our trip, we ran into him and his wife at a look-out near Mt. Shasta. We loved the look of the outside of it so we asked if he could tell us about it and take a photo with it. He was so proud to open it all up and show us what he had made and how they live on the road. He couldn’t let us leave without showing us the photo of him and his wife he kept in it, and showing us it’s name, “Golden days dream” his wife had named it. If anybody knows this fella, I would love to get him prints of the photos we took that day. I would really appreciate it!Substance of the west, 2013
For more stories and photos like this, visit my full travel site at www.travelsandtales.22slides.com 

taylormccutchan:

Here’s a man who is extremely proud of his trailer that he built himself. Within an hour of the start of our trip, we ran into him and his wife at a look-out near Mt. Shasta. We loved the look of the outside of it so we asked if he could tell us about it and take a photo with it. He was so proud to open it all up and show us what he had made and how they live on the road. He couldn’t let us leave without showing us the photo of him and his wife he kept in it, and showing us it’s name, “Golden days dream” his wife had named it. 
If anybody knows this fella, I would love to get him prints of the photos we took that day. I would really appreciate it!

Substance of the west, 2013

For more stories and photos like this, visit my full travel site at www.travelsandtales.22slides.com 

jeremylawson:

1949 Curtis Wright Clipper and a 1948 Studebaker pickup

jeremylawson:

1949 Curtis Wright Clipper and a 1948 Studebaker pickup

fuckyeahawesomehouses:

1959 Chevrolet Viking Short Bus

(Source: remodelista.com)

reddlr-trees:

Doodling away the tolerance break [0]

reddlr-trees:

Doodling away the tolerance break [0]