Originally a thesis project, Jude Fan’s 2030 Sustainable Living in the Countryside camper might soon drive its way into the livable vehicle market. This designer has added to the luxury and livability of the camper; integrating modular workspace, recreation space and viewing space as two panels lining the sides extend and expand the vehicle’s floor plan.
These two side panels can actually be opened to form a porch and an extension of the residential structure, respectively; with the residential structure featuring full living, eating, sleeping, and work/recreational areas—and even a bar, view deck, technological components, and storage. And the camper actually can attach to the owner’s host residence.
The camper’s interiors are strategically planned, to render this space the ideal place to travel and transport, sleep and live.
According to designer Fan, his original thesis project revolved around the concept of residing in the countryside in the year 2030. While people once moved en masse to the city, people today might feel overwhelmed by the stress, the bad air quality, the traffic jam, and the escalated cost of living. He hopes that, through the third technology revolution, people can retreat to the country without having to give up the technological advantages and modern conveniences of metropolitan life.
His model camper is intended to guarantee a better living experience, ultimate connectivity and freedom of travel, by way of a technological revolution.