The concept of the conventional home is changing as generations like Millennials seek out an alternative, which is evident with the conceptual countryside camper seen here that imagines a different living style in 2030. Designed by Jude Fan, the vehicle feature a modular interior that can change up to suit the needs of individuals, couples or even families. If inhabitants require more space and an increased sense of permanency, the vehicle can be parked in a specialized home space and have the side panels opened to reveal an increased living space that's perfect for families.
The concept behind the countryside camper was explained by Fan to Yanko Design: "My thesis project is about living in the countryside in 2030. The first and second industrial revolutions brought people to the city. Nowadays, living in a big city might be stressful due to bad air quality, high living cost and traffic jam. With the help of the third technology revolution, I believe there might be a chance for us to live a modern, connected life in the countryside again."