supertramp supertramp
jul 07, 2010


image: jim rokos

supertramp is a micro-sized mobile living concept part of the lehman b project. lehman b is a ‘do tank’ which explores future strategies by actually doing them, like supertramp. the project consists of a living device that is towed behind a bicycle. it is made with a rigid frame and cloth tent façade and roof. one side of the home open up like a window and has a ledge, while the other side features a door. inside the home there is a small wood burning fire with a chimney and a bed. the home was hand built and can be pedaled form location to location. the intent of the unit is to explore more minimal lifestyles that be become a necessity in the future. image: jim rokos

image: jim rokos

images: felicity crawshaw

image: jim rokos

image: jim rokos

  • this looks just like my dad’s ice fishing shack, except his was built with more realistic walls that actually would insulate.

    matt mills says:
  • If anything, it’s looks like it would be great to have on long scenic bicycle excursions. Could also be a wonderful rolling snack stand along a beach.

    Chris M. - Ft. Worth says:
  • It has unfortunately been stolen so if anyone sees it in or around London please let me know [email protected] also please share the news, thanks.

    Jacob Strand says:

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