Mobility and living on the move are very important themes of our fast-moving age.
If you don’t like to follow current trends and prefer to stand out from the crowd then this bizarre shaped caravan trailer with sleek angular lines, the Mehrzeller, may be the recreational vehicle for you.
This creative concept has come from NONSTANDARD, a design firm based in Graz, Austria, who states that people want to be mobile but at the same time, have a strong desire for a lasting home and their own personal four walls.
With stylish interior features, including high spec kitchen and bathroom facilities, dishwasher and flat-screen TV, this caravan is similar to a normal caravan, reports Caravan Times.
Scattered throughout the trailer is LED lighting which will definitely come in handy as, save for the back door, the caravan has just two windows. This will definitely save on curtain fabric but also might make for a slightly claustrophobic feeling.
The interior also somewhat resembles Superman’s fortress of solitude, all smooth clean white lines with white leather upholstery and recessed fittings.
This would definitely make for a cool atmosphere on a hot sunny day.
The outside can even be tailored to customer’s wishes with a selection of graphics.
There is strong demand for new design and personal, tailor-made solutions in the recreational vehicle market.
Individual campers desire a caravan that is made just for them, according to a company news release.
The solution is offered by the Mehrzeller—the multi-cellular caravan.
The design can be entirely personalized by each customer resulting in an attractive one-of-a-kind trailer.
The configuration is generated by a computer using the customer’s inputs, and then the final design is done by parameters from the architects to yield an attractive and practicable result. The caravans are produced using the principles of “mass customization”: this allows both the individual wishes of the customer to be accommodated while producing the caravan with series methods.
The company NONSTANDARD explains the process: “Using our Configurator, we set up a design that is unique for our customers, including their own layout that they can identify with. The configuration is generated by a computer using the customer’s inputs, and then the final design is done by parameters from the architects to yield an attractive and practicable result.”
The Mehrzeller thus introduces a new generation of mobile living.
The project, which began as a degree project in Architecture at the Technical University of Graz, can be realized thanks to the support of many respected companies such as Design Composite, Alko, Truma, Dometic, Waeco, Alphatronics, Alugas, Jokon, Fiamma, Cleversolar, Simona, Moralt, Reimo, BMW, and others.
We are always open to new and innovative caravan ideas, whether or not it becomes the caravan of the future is up to the consumer, concludes the news release.
Address: schoenaugasse 8, A-8010 graz, Austria
Phone: +43 (0) 664 3911753
- BeauEr 3X: French Expanding Trailer
- Buffalino squeezing a lot into a tiny RV
- Odorico of Pordenone Trailer Concept Enters the Space Age
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.