Those who follow Futuroprossimo have long known that their host, myself, has a passion for tiny houses and in general for all intelligent housing solutions, which with less space enhance the creativity of the designers. I've talked about it often (here, here, here, and elsewhere around the site), and today I present another good news in the industry.
If you are someone who loves the outdoors, you know that there is always a demand for cool new designs for motorhomes (stand alone or towed), and this droplet motorhome from Droplet (nomen omen) seems to be one of these. This trinket is perfect for anyone who wants to travel light! With a weight of only 450kg, the trailer can be attached to almost any car. I really like Droplet, because it has the right mix of interior and exterior, with large windows, a large door and even an outdoor kitchen.
Made entirely of aluminum laminate, foam and wood, the trailer it is extremely light and resistant. In fact, the designer took inspiration for his construction from the building of boats and airplanes and adopted a technique that makes very little use of screws.
Droplet, live en plein air
The interior has a dome shape, which lets in lots of sunlight and fresh air. A full-sized (generous) bed offers enough space to sleep well, with two wardrobes and two shelves that complement it. As mentioned above, the kitchen is accessible from the outside and is equipped with a two-burner burner, a sink and an acrylic worktop. A 12-volt pull-out refrigerator protects all perishable foods and a hand shower provides fresh water.
Oh, and did I mention that it is also environmentally friendly?
A 100W solar panel harnesses solar power, and Droplet also boasts two EcoFlow River power stations! In addition to its amazing features and functionality, Droplet sports a clean, minimal aesthetic and is perfect for your next outdoor adventure.