A 1980s School Bus Becomes a Tiny Home With Scandinavian Vibes for a Family of Five

A 1980s School Bus Becomes a Tiny Home With Scandinavian Vibes for a Family of Five

By Mandi Keighran
Graphic designer Matthew Welsh Weinberger took inspiration from Scandinavian design to craft an unconventional family home on wheels.

The van life movement is all about embracing minimalism and a nomadic lifestyle, swapping out a traditional home for a life on the road. One popular genre of van life vehicle is the "Skoolie"—a retired school bus that has been refitted into a tiny homes on wheels. When graphic designer Matthew Welsh Weinberger, founder of web agency Killdisco Design, was asked to transform a 38-foot 1980s school bus into a rolling home for a family of five, he immediately envisioned a Scandinavian-inspired Skoolie.

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