Nicole Jewell

Karel Verstraeten Transforms Abandoned Trailer into Comfy Family Cabin

by , 03/25/14

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Previously used as an office on a construction site, the trailer was reformed for the family under the supervision of Verstraeten. First the exterior of the trailer was clad with rustic oak panels. A submarine-like domed window was installed on the far end of the trailer, providing interior light and interesting views of the surrounding landscape,

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The trailer’s floor and ceiling are covered with plywood, and the corners are rounded to give the interior an open, inviting atmosphere. A series of wooden runners are attached to the walls so that planks of wood can be placed at varying levels to be used as a desk, a dining table or even a bed support.

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