A renovated airstream serves as the greenroom for an Austin, Texas club. Located in a floodplain, the structure had to be movable in a case of emergency.
A couple in Israel parked their rehabbed 1969 Airstream on an idyllic plot just north of Tel Aviv and added a single-room structure when they decided to take up permanent residence.
Obsessed with mobility, modularity, and affordability, landscape designer Andreas Stavropoulos transformed an Airstream travel trailer into a bright, compact home.
Japanese architect Toshihiko Suzuki transformed a standard Airstream into a versatile small wonder by installing an island in the center that transforms from a cooktop and table into two twin beds.
Jay Shafer, founder of Four Lights Tiny House Company, manufactuers homes that are under 300 square feet. He envisions one day creating a whole trailer park community of these micro-dwellings in Sonoma County, California.
A houseboat in Amsterdam incorporates large, low windows that provide expansive watery perspectives and rippling reflections. “In designing this houseboat, I tried to ensure that you experience the water as much as possible,” says architect David Keuring.
A native Seattleite turned a once-plain floating home in Portage Bay into a modern houseboat, which, thanks to two walls of clear glass windows, is entirely tuned in to its watery surroundings.
According to designer Garrett Finney, the Cricket House, with its pop-up top and convertible built-ins, is “not a house on wheels but a portable adventure living space.”
San Francisco–based design team Mike and Maaike wave goodbye to the driver's seat with their concept car, the ATNMBL (the "autonomobile"). Consider it a high-tech living room on wheels.