Views: 4 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-03-18 Origin: Site
Campers and station wagons have always been the basic necessities of satisfying life on the road and under the elements. However, New Zealand-based design and architecture firm W2 has decided to help users expand the experience! Their revolutionary trailer design "Romotow" includes all the usual RV features but with an innovative 90 degree twist.
With the push of a simple motorized button, it swivels open and rotates 90 degrees to reveal an open synthetic teak deck. This way, it can increase living space by 70%, and the area can also be used as a party deck!
The caravan measures 30 feet by 8.5 feet and offers 290 square feet of living space (the same as many micro-apartments today) with living areas, bedrooms, kitchenette and bathroom, all with stylish fixtures and spacious interiors. decoration.
Six years after its announcement, the USB-shaped trailer is finally being built in Christchurch, New Zealand. The designer calls it "the next frontier of mobile living". Designed with lightweight materials and calculated aerodynamics, the Romotow is a "fundamental departure from previous clunky hybrid travel trailer and caravan concepts", with solar panels and 400Ah battery power (no matter when you're off-road) Net state), the trailer will also be lined with a state-of-the-art sound system throughout the living room, bedrooms and deck.
Two adults can sleep comfortably in the bedroom and two other adults on the pull-out sofa in the living area. The trailer comes with a desk fencing kit with awning and screen windows, allowing four other people to sleep on the deck. Romotow comes with a covered BBQ deck area, lovely furniture and sliding doors.