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Here is a pretty neat concept

‘bufalino’ by German industrial designer Cornelius Comanns is a small camper which is equipped to meet the basic needs of one person. the concept behind the project is to offer absolute flexibility during periods of travel. the minimalist construction is based on the existing piaggio APE 50 three wheeled light transport vehicle



  1. That is waaaay too cool! I smell an investment opportunity — please let me know when the company goes public.

  2. OMG, must have. Must have!

    Reminds me of Paul’s bike trailer house for burning man and other pedal powered tiny homes: http://thistinyhouse.com/2009/pedal-powered-tiny-homes/

  3. Wonderful idea realized into an actual drawing! Seems to me the drivers seat should slide fore and aft aroung 18 inches to perform all the functions needed. The center of gravity when loaded will be skewed left, aft and a bit high. Keepup the great work! Should sell like hotcakes yet like the Edsel…is 20 years ahead of its time. Thanks!

  4. I like the concept of enclosing the bike into the camper, but the shelving and cabinets are a waste of space. For spaciousness, try hanging a backpack from a hook. Shelving and cabinets are permanent, but items can be moved from hook to hook as needed.

    Tips and tricks for tiny homes: http://tinyhouseforum.com/topic.php?id=25

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