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8:25 am - Wed, Oct 12, 2011
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This is pretty rad: Los Angeles-based AETHER APPAREL's refurbished Airstream trailer-turned-mobile-pop-up-shop. Designed by Thierry Gauguin, Philippe Starck’s head of design.

(via NOTCOT)
See also: Earlier Unconsumption posts on refurbished vintage trailers here.

This is pretty rad: Los Angeles-based AETHER APPAREL's refurbished Airstream trailer-turned-mobile-pop-up-shop. Designed by Thierry Gauguin, Philippe Starck’s head of design.

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(via NOTCOT)

See also: Earlier Unconsumption posts on refurbished vintage trailers here.

2:38 pm - Tue, Nov 16, 2010
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Via wellappointeddesk:

Airstream office space. Bright, functional and a quick way to add a home office without having to build an addition.
(via Sunset)

For additional inspiration, check out these other converted vintage travel trailers: one used now as an office, others as guest rooms.
Another pre-fab (and structurally sound) building solution is using retired shipping containers as office and/or living spaces. 
No need to build something new!

Via wellappointeddesk:

Airstream office space. Bright, functional and a quick way to add a home office without having to build an addition.

(via Sunset)

For additional inspiration, check out these other converted vintage travel trailers: one used now as an office, others as guest rooms.

Another pre-fab (and structurally sound) building solution is using retired shipping containers as office and/or living spaces. 

No need to build something new!

(via problemsolver)

1:17 pm - Thu, Aug 26, 2010
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Five restored travel trailers (+ teepee & yurts) = El Cosmico
Boutique hotel. Marfa, Texas.

Five restored travel trailers (+ teepee & yurts) = El Cosmico

Boutique hotel. Marfa, Texas.

9:06 am - Wed, Jun 2, 2010
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Who says you can’t run an ad agency out of a trailer in your backyard? — Austin American-Statesman

Your typical ad agency has guys in $550 suits working in a posh high-rise with glass walls, marble floors and polished mahogany tables.
Then there’s Big Blue Sky Creative, a two-man ad agency that operates out of a tiny travel trailer in Chad Swisher’s South Austin backyard.
"After all, it’s Austin, so why not?" said Chad, who bought the 14-foot, 8-inch ‘71 model Scotty for $650 about five years ago and fixed it up. He says it was "a hunk of junk" when he found it. 

What Chad calls the “reception area” consists of a new awning and two red lawn chairs by the trailer’s front door. 

[Thanks, @smashadv!]
Photo credit: John Kelso, American-Statesman

Who says you can’t run an ad agency out of a trailer in your backyard? — Austin American-Statesman

Your typical ad agency has guys in $550 suits working in a posh high-rise with glass walls, marble floors and polished mahogany tables.

Then there’s Big Blue Sky Creative, a two-man ad agency that operates out of a tiny travel trailer in Chad Swisher’s South Austin backyard.

"After all, it’s Austin, so why not?" said Chad, who bought the 14-foot, 8-inch ‘71 model Scotty for $650 about five years ago and fixed it up. He says it was "a hunk of junk" when he found it. 

What Chad calls the “reception area” consists of a new awning and two red lawn chairs by the trailer’s front door. 

[Thanks, @smashadv!]

Photo credit: John Kelso, American-Statesman

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