Bufalino 3 Wheeled Mobile Home

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We are constantly looking for ways to simplify our daily lives, eliminating the stress that comes with all of the stuff we don’t really need. German industrial designer Cornelius Comanns has introduced a great way to do just this with his 3 Wheeled Bufalino Mobile Home.

This small camper vehicle is based on the Piaggio APE 50 three wheeler, and keeps many of the components and structure intact. The vehicle includes everything you would need to live; sleeping quarters, two seats, a place to cook, storage space, water tank, basin, and even a refrigerator. One thing it doesn’t include is a bathroom, but we think you can figure that one out on your own.

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