'Truck-a-Tecture' Examines Adaptable Forms of Living

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: thekaneko.org & designboom
The installation 'Truck-a-Tecture' examines adaptable forms of living, and is put on by Kaneko in the company's gallery. Four different options have been set up for people to explore, including one's that are attached to vehicles, and others that look more like adaptations of tents.

One of the main goals of each setup, however, is to allow people some comfortable space when taking breaks on the road. Instead of being cooped up in a truck or car, these products allow people to relax with ease and achieve some much-needed rest before heading off on the road again. The best part about the designs is how compact everything is, so individuals do not have to worry about loading their vehicles up with excessive amounts of equipment.

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