The Romotow caravan is a contemporary camper from New Zealand-based design firm W2. The Romotow separates itself from other campers in many ways. First, its design is ridiculously modern. It's classier than most campers and more modern than most apartments. The second thing that makes the Romotow caravan different from others is the way it functions; W2's design folds outwards.
The ability to fold out lets the Romotow caravan increase its overall size by 70 percent. The newly revealed real estate is designed to function as a deck and can be covered with weatherproof material if needed. The interior is ridiculously modern and is highlighted by the master bedroom's wraparound windows. While the Romtow is currently just a concept, W2 is planning on seeing if any manufacturers are interested in its design. Camping may not be the worst thing in the world for much longer.