Compact living isn't for everyone, even if it is just temporary. The designer of the Odorico Pordenone RV sympathizes with those who prefer the extra space to breathe, working a bit of a miracle to make the interior really roomy.
Of course, the trailer could not surpass a maximum width to make it safe for towing down roads, but this dimensional requirement is reworked when the mobile home is parked. The occupant can easily turn a crank within that causes the two long sides of the wheeled dwelling to open up. This added space creates convenient separations between a bed and a table and causes the kitchen to come apart.
The shape-shifting nature of Jakub Novak's Odorico Pordenone is matched by a streamlined exterior finish of burnished metal cladding.
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