Dietlind Schirmer (AKA Schirmer Shoots) built this self-build camper over the course of 6 months in cold, wintery England. She has done an incredible job with this van conversion and I would say it’s one of the best I’ve seen. The shower wet-room is really cool with it’s stone wall like finish and the way she has managed to fit a fixed double bed, permanent dining area, bathroom, kitchen and hidden storage for two surfboards is ingenious. Not to mention the massive underfloor storage and hidden secret compartment!
The SPACE by IO House is a modern living solution requiring absolutely nothing from the “grid.” All the utilities you need are integrated and completely autonomous, including water, electricity, heating and wifi. A smart device is all that is required to monitor and manage your living experience.
The SPACE comes fully equipped with furniture, appliances, and the necessary gadgets to control them.
This includes a built-in kitchen, bathroom, heating and cooling systems, as well as a smart air ventilation with oxygen level control. Incredibly, all this can be managed at your fingertips through your smartphone. All aspects of the smart home technology have been carefully thought through and the SPACE provides all necessities required for a comfortable, stress free living.
The 26 foot long tiny house on wheels has large rooms with a Murphy bed on the main floor, a 3-seater couch, rotating TV and fireplace, a combo washer dryer, loads of storage space, and a massive kitchen with a full-size fridge and more!
About the Aurora:
This model features two of our propriety integrated modular expanding spaces that adds over 120 sqft to a traditional tiny house towing platform of equal length. Available in lengths of 26′, 28′ and 30′ in a 8′ 6″ towing width that expands to 15′ 6″ onsite:
The “Nordic” features Scandinavian design features:
- 341 sqft main floor
- 33 sqft double bed loft
- Ground level queen bedroom Rotating RV and Fireplace
- Solid cedar window trim
- Gloss finish millwork
- Integrated 50 sqft deck
- Full Size Kitchen, living and dining rooms
Introducing the all-new 2021 Wonder Rear Lounge, built on the 2020 Ford Transit Chassis featuring 2 living spaces, modern design, advanced technology, a spacious three-piece dry bathroom, and expansive galley. https://leisurevans.com/wonder-rl/
Inside the compact Wonder, an innovative dual-zone floorplan features a spacious rear living area that emulates the comforts of home while being surrounded by nature.
With 3.0L V6 turbo diesel and 7-speed automatic transmission, our Mercedes-Benz Sprinter based Jabiru motorhome is a next generation range that features upgraded infotainment, updated safety technology and a host of revolutionary TRAKKA features that are unrivaled in the motorhome industry.
Measuring 7.1m in length these motorhomes are available in 2WD and selectable All Wheel Drive (with high and low range gearing), while each model comes standard with swivel front seats, single fuel source Remote Pack, and advanced electrical system including Lithium batteries, compatible charging systems and striking LED dimmable lighting.
At the push of a button, the HAAKS camper extends its support legs, so that the car can be driven out of it; it remains available for day trips. The module self-levels and the automatically extendable roof unfolds your sleeping area.
HAAKS campers offers you the freedom and flexibility for your adventures, with a new way of camping. A way of camping with luxury and comfort, but also more sustainable and with natural materials. Closer to nature.
A motorhome should feel like a second home. Building a HAAKS motorhome is a process that we go through together. Take us on your journey. What does your ideal adventure look like? Where have you been and what do you want to do? Together we design the perfect camper for all your travels. Do you want a specific type of upholstery, a different layout, or a different toilet? We fully adapt the camper to your wishes. So that you feel at home in it.
Professional Canadian athlete Justin Kelly celebrates retirement by hitting the road on his motorcycle and enjoying the waves in Malibu. Share in Justin’s vision for sustaining his love for travel after retiring his #27 jersey and completing a remarkable ice hockey career.