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5 Outdoor Campers

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With summer just around the corner, there is no better time and place to plan an outdoor excursion. Take a look at these five functional and sustainable housing units, that embrace nature's charm.
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  Stationed an hour outside of Austin, Texas resides self-contained pop-up campers designed by Garrett Finney. Finney claims that Cricket Trailers are "a portable adventure living space." Photo by: Sarah Wilson

    Stationed an hour outside of Austin, Texas resides self-contained pop-up campers designed by Garrett Finney. Finney claims that Cricket Trailers are "a portable adventure living space." Photo by: Sarah Wilson

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  One North Face tent sits atop a deck; another caps the main building, which contains a kitchen and dining area. Photo by: Dean Kaufman

    One North Face tent sits atop a deck; another caps the main building, which contains a kitchen and dining area. Photo by: Dean Kaufman

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  These steep pitches let snow slide off the roofs and create enough room inside for both men and their families to stand up and stretch.

    These steep pitches let snow slide off the roofs and create enough room inside for both men and their families to stand up and stretch.

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  The Airstream is tucked into the back garden of a Berkeley co-op. "Having a garden at my footsteps and chickens just over the fence make it feel peaceful and private," says architect and resident, Andreas Stavropoulos. Photo by: Mark Compton

    The Airstream is tucked into the back garden of a Berkeley co-op. "Having a garden at my footsteps and chickens just over the fence make it feel peaceful and private," says architect and resident, Andreas Stavropoulos. Photo by: Mark Compton

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  The creators, Louis & Nathalie Blanco from France, are honing in on the lesser-exploited niche of hotel prefab—they describe the Carré d'Etoiles as "a new type of sustainable tourism by developing concepts combining accommodation that lets you get closer to nature, and high quality hotel services."

    The creators, Louis & Nathalie Blanco from France, are honing in on the lesser-exploited niche of hotel prefab—they describe the Carré d'Etoiles as "a new type of sustainable tourism by developing concepts combining accommodation that lets you get closer to nature, and high quality hotel services."

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