The Koleliba is a tiny vacation home that makes it possible for families to go on enjoyable vacations without having to stay in expensive hotels or buying a holiday home that forces you to go back to the same place over and over again. The name of the vacation homes translates to "tiny house with wheels" in the designer's native Bulgarian.
The home is built largely from timber, and makes liberal use of rockwool insulation and Bulgarian pine cladding. The furniture, flooring and some of the walls are constructed together from birch plywood. The structure is welcoming to natural light thanks to full-height windows that liberally illuminate the entire space.
This tiny vacation home allows you to have the best of both worlds, by letting you have your very own vacation home but allowing you to explore different destinations at the same time.