We like to keep our fingers on the pulse of camping trends, new and past, whether they are simply concepts that have never left the design studio, or real ideas that have been signed, sealed and delivered. So for your reading pleasure here is a small compilation of cool caravans of the future to help inspire you for your next camping trip.
Have you ever gone fishing or boating while camping? Well the Aquatic Caravan allows you to do both at the same time. It has a four-wheeled concept boat trailer with a living area. It is a simple yet stylish caravan for lovers of water sports and activities.
A waterproof chassis and living area makes the Sealander swimming caravan another ideal choice for those who like splashing around in the river while camping. It is modern and effective with a multitude of uses and quite happy in both shallow and deep water.
Caravisio – Caravan of the future
A German company Knaus Tabbert have designed Caravisio, which uses curves to create a sense of openness and high technology and energy efficiency features to make a really modern space.
This modern caravan has a complex geometry to its structure, which can be designed for each individual depending on their needs. In fact the designers Merhzeller use a team of people to make sure their customers get a bespoke experience and any accessory they desire.
Campervan caravan car – camping car!
Large campervans and RVs are great if the roads are large and fast flowing, but what happens after you’ve pitched up at your campsite and simply want to nip to the shops for some supplies. This variant concept recreational vehicle has the answer by allowing you to detach the front, which then becomes a smaller car in its own right. We think it’s a great RV, er… campervan, er… caravan, er… car, er… camping car!?
This design challenge was tackled by Christian Susana.
Caravan with awning – Markies
Created by Dutch designer Eduard Bohtlingk is the Dutch designer of this caravan, also known as ‘The Awning’. It was originally designed as a small caravan, but as soon as it arrives at the campsite it can be increased in size by two thirds in seconds. the name of this classic award-winner means ‘The Awning’ – a fitting description of the fold-down mechanism at the heart of its ingenuity.
These pods ware designed by David Tonkinson to be easy to move in small spaces. This makes them particularly useful when negotiating built up areas and small country lanes. Overall, however, these pods were designed to appeal to design and fashion conscious city goers.
This two storey caravan will certainly be the king of the campsite, so as long as you’re a confident tower you’ll be able to vacation in style and luxury and take full advantage of this camping trend.
A sleek, modern and yet basic trailer to appeal to active campers who want to stay outside mountain biking and hiking rather than inside their trailer in luxury.
Opera Trailer Tent
This foldable trailer tent has been designed in the style of the Sydney Opera House. It’s sleek, elegant and compact, and when it has been converted to full size it offers a full-scale living area.
Sarah – Founder of Inspired Camping