Introducing the Hütte Hut: a project by husband-and-wife design team Brian and Katrina Manzo of Sprouting Sprocket Studio in California. They were inspired to create this luxury camper by citizen Centraal, a hotel made of more than 200 shipping containers, which they visited during a trip to Amsterdam.
You can learn more about the Hütte Hut at huttehut.com.
It's beautifully designed
The teardrop trailer—although small in size at 44 square feet—packs big style. The exterior boasts polished Joubert Okoume marine plywood and a fabric, waterproof canvas roof.
It's a compact camper
This 14-foot trailer can fit two people comfortably (three if you’re willing to get cozy), and is towable by most light vehicles.
It's anything but cramped
The interior, which is inspired by geodesic domes, is a little piece of design heaven: it’s equipped with large windows, double doors, and Baltic Birch flooring and walls. Shelving, lighting, USB ports, electrical outlets, and a full-size futon make this camper as comfortable as it is stylish.
The portable campers are made-to-order in small batches to ensure quality control. Additional options for sitting, sleeping, storage, water, weather, and cooking will be available soon.
It's an investment
It’s the perfect summer hideaway for those looking for a minimal physical footprint, but don’t want to compromise on style. Katrina Manzo says the design was intended to be “both reductive and luxurious.” Unfortunately, the combination doesn’t come cheap: the camper has a price tag of $63,900.