mobile caravan

Inspired by the shape and style of luxury yachts, this curvaceous creation adds a degree of elegance (not to mention fuel efficiency) back into the realm of contemporary mobile homes.

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Caravisio by German company Knaus Tabbert uses curves strategically to create a sense of openness in the small living space, but also to dull the physically sharped corners that can cause problems in confined areas. High-tech features include iPad/iPod ports that tap into onboard systems as well as more energy-efficient glazing.

mobile home interior

Its manufacturers note that “registration figures for caravans in Europe have been declining for years. The caravaning industry therefore must offer new concepts for the market to raise interest for camping as a form of holidaymaking especially among target groups outside the industry. There have been repeated efforts to achieve this, but so far these efforts have been without any resounding success.”

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Hence, “The manufacturer Knaus Tabbert GmbH for this reason has started the “Caravisio – The Caravan of the Future” project as an approach to this problem, to provide own answers, and to provoke thought. Caravisio is a technology demonstrator that should show already today what may be technologically possible in the future.”