The pop-up tent goes post-modern

We're anything but experts on the subject, but we'd hazard a guess that there are a number of people out there who would love to take a crack at the RV lifestyle but either can't afford or can't justify the purchase of a big 'ol diesel-powered hauler. Enter the Mobile Mini House. Designed by Stephanie Bellanger, the lightweight structure could theoretically be pulled by just about anything with a hitch.

The Mobile Mini House is based on an expanding floor plan that manages to house a bathroom, living room, bedroom, kitchen and office all into a relatively small space. Each room is separated by partitions mounted on sliding rails, allowing the mobile dwelling to fan out to a 252-degree radius. Of course, there's an outer membrane to keep out the weather. Check out the gallery below to see how it all fits together. Thanks for the tip, Mike!

[Source: Yenko Design via Inhabitat]

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