Modular tiny homes and camper trailers have struck quite a fancy among nomadic travelers all over the world, and with their popularity garnering more attention for the industry, it wasn’t long before companies started creating unique designs to rival some of architecture’s best-built spaces. Britain’s Tree Tents International has unveiled their latest interesting design with the Fuselage Wilderness Cabin, a minimalistic space made for off-the-grid living.
The Fuselage is an adaptable glamping structure that features a fully insulated structural frame, aluminum outer shell, double glazed windows, and a handsome marine ply hardwood floor that compliments the dwelling’s birch liner. It houses two single bunk beds and plush mattresses alongside convertible seating, a micro wood-fire stove, and energy efficient heating and solar panels — providing inhabitants with everything they need for a life outside the hustle-and-bustle of the city. An integrated air conditioning system works alongside the Fuselage’s WC, shower, and kitchen facilities to provide much-needed quality-of-life amenities, while the interesting cylindrical layout (inspired by modern aerospace design) and expandable modular construction give you the option to move from one location to the next with ease.