Amazing Camper Design Inspired By Syndey Opera House

by • August 2, 2011 • Industrial And Product Design, Nature, TravelComments (0)6436

I’m freaking out over this brilliant camper design by Axel Enthoven which is fittingly known as “Opera”.  Inspired by the Sydney Opera House, the camper fits perfectly into a compact 4-wheel trailer that easily clips onto the back of your vehicle and can be set up at your campsite in no time at all — it’s electric and pops itself up in less than five minutes. Once unfolded, the Opera Camping Suite measures 23-feet in length and comes with teak floors, high-grade cotton interior walls, oak detailing, LED lighting, corian counters, and stainless steel fixtures and appliances.   There are two electrically-adjustable beds which can merge into one at the push of a button, as well as a mobile stove, a foldable barbeque, a ceramic toilet, and its own gas supply. And it doesn’t end there — other treats include a wine cabinet, an efficient heating system, an espresso bar, an enclosed veranda with teak flooring, ample storage (for folding chairs, groceries, etc.), and a compass for perfect sun-positioning if you happen to arrive at your site at night time.  The Opera is priced at around $39,500 soooooooooo it looks like I’ll have to stick with my shitty tent for a few more years (although my tent does come with its very own tequila-scented floor, and several stainless steel-colored duct tape patch jobs).  To learn more about the Opera be sure to CLICK HERE.

Source: Boutique Homes via Materialicious

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