Vodafone trailer home from Waskman Design Studio

July 2, 2009 / No Comments

Mobile Solar homes can go a long way in changing the world and a start can be made by substituting those gas guzzling RVs with solar powered options. An inspiration is the mobile home trailer designed by Waskman Design Studio for Vodafone. Vodafone wanted this design to show case its fixed phone and wireless internet service.

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The trailer is still good enough for a family tour as blogger Marcos Morales is using it for a family vacation through Spain. Waskman Design Studio constructed it with white polyethylene panels and transparent polycarbonate.

The structure has two floors and measures 6m in length, 2.5m in width and 3.85m in height. The design chooses a loft format with a second floor bedroom and office and kitchen space on the first floor. To power the doodads-it is quite obvious that the solar panels atop furnish the energy.

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Vodafone trailer home from Waskman Design Studio

Vodafone trailer home from Waskman Design Studio

The problem with the apparent form is the openness of the exposed space. For a longer term it is advisable to choose some other material to entertain more privacy.

Vodafone trailer home from Waskman Design Studio

Vodafone trailer home from Waskman Design Studio

[via Inhabitat]