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House For a Nomad Collector is a Mobile, Art-Filled Sanctuary
Posted By Lori Zimmer On October 29, 2012 @ 1:00 pm In Architecture,Art,Green Transportation | No Comments
Hunter wanted an eclectic space to display and organize his eclectic collection, which includes paintings, sculpture, charts, furniture, books and other goodies that reflect his eye for design and art. Hunter also wanted his collection to be accessible, while also remaining organized with each object’s name and origin.
Lejarraga and Martinez came up with the innovative solution of putting Hunter’s collection on wheels — making it accessible to anywhere that Hunter may travel, while also keeping everything nicely organized and displayed. Being mobile, Hunter can also add to the collection while on the go, by pulling the camper-turned-gallery  behind his car.
The designers kept the camper ’s original booth seating, reupholstering it with a graphic print that serves well with the collection. The bench table was replaced with a contrasting graphic-stopped table that evokes a 1950s bachelor pad. Hunter’s collection was then hung around the built-in furniture, with curiosities to discover from ceiling to floor.
The 75-square-foot camper is small enough to be toted anywhere, from parking lots to even inside the Arco Art Fair . Aside from pop-up gallery, the House for a Nomad Collector creates an instant meeting space, for friends to gather and marvel at Hunter’s epic collection.
Via FrameMag 
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URLs in this post:
 Martin Lejaragga: http://www.lejarraga.com
 Image: http://inhabitat.com/?attachment_id=453496
 camper-turned-gallery: http://inhabitat.com/camper-kart-is-a-tiny-home-that-pops-out-of-a-shopping-cart/
 the camper: http://inhabitat.com/build-a-gypsy-wagon-in-the-woods-all-it-takes-is-ingenuity-elbow-grease-and-mostly-recycled-components/
 Arco Art Fair: http://www.ifema.es/ferias/arco/default_i.html
 FrameMag: http://www.frameweb.com/news/house-for-a-nomad-collector
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