Inspired by the Piaggio APE 50 tricycle, the German designer Cornelius Comanns has designed a one person home for modern travelers.
The Bufalino Camper is a great mixture of Italian design and German functionality. The mini-camper comes with all services needed for modern people on the move. Which means it not only gives space to a bed, shower, kitchen and plenty of storage space, but also a fridge and laptop desk. Altogether the Bufalino Camper is extremely flexible, although it has no toilet on board. About the goal of the project, Comanns says:
“My aim was to give people a better understanding of the country, the surrounding, and the range they have travelled. the travelling vehicle is always with you like some kind of a base camp, while also being used for moving on in an easygoing and spontaneous way.”
The small tricycle that could fight with Kevin Cyr’s mini-camper for the award for the smallest holiday vehicle ever is neatly designed, with all respect to the Vespa under its skin.
This article belongs to a series of posts on the future of working, collaboration, architecture and design, presented by HP Designjet printing solutions and written by The Pop-Up City.