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Japanese Firm Designs Mobile Pod Home

Calling all nomads and avid campers: a Japanese company has now designed a mobile pod home that will fit in a mini van and can be assembled on any terrain.

By Jane Fayle
June 18, 2012
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By Jane Fayle
June 18, 2012
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Calling all nomads and avid campers: a Japanese company called DCW has designed a mobile pod home that will fit in a mini van and can be assembled on any terrain. The pod allows you to choose your own style of living while still being at one with nature, and can be placed on flat ground, steep hills or even turned into a kit houseboat if you feel like taking to the sea.

The manufacturer has said it can be easily built "by two women" in half a day but may take a little longer to pull it down, possibly a whole day. Don't let its size fool you; this mobile house may look extremely tiny but it can sleep up to 3 people when you manoeuvre the sofa bed in the right way.

The Mobile House Kit has yet to be given a price tag, but surely if you love the outdoors and want to experience nature in style then it will be worth breaking the budget for.

Published on June 18, 2012 by Jane Fayle

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