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Cool and Different Airstreams & Caravans

By Creativevisualart @creativevisart
Cool and different airstreams & caravans Cool and different airstreams & caravans


 A neon textile-covered trailer sits in Marfa, Texas’ El Cosmico. Via simply photo.


 Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama designed the interior of this Airstream trailer. Via The Airstream Dream.


 Buckminster Fuller’s highly innovative and influential 1934 Dymaxion concept car, which has a fuel efficiency of 30 miles/gallon and can seat up to 11 passengers. Via Circular.


  Designed by San Francisco based artist Jay Nelson, the Golden Gate is a modern electric camper car made with fiberglass, epoxy resin, plywood, glass, bike parts, and an electric motor. Comes with a kitchen, stove, cooler, storage, toilet, bed, and storage below the bed.



  The interior of this 1964 Jackson Caravelle is 16 feet and 9 inches full of red marbly, patterned glamor. Photo courtesy: Bryan Jackson via Chris Hunter.


 About a mile from the Pacific Ocean on a tropical fruit farm lies Julie Montgomery‘s renovated Airstream home. Via Apartment Therapy.


  Happy campers. Via airstream-motorhome.


 Architect Burton Baldridge transformed a decaying trailer into a modern green home for Stubb’s, an Austin, Texas club. Baldridge teamed up with Branson Fustes of Pilgrim Building Company to work on the interiors and building custom furniture.

(via Dwell)

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