This dome-inspired portable camper is a tiny home on wheels made from laser-cut, marine grade plywood. The camper fits a bed big enough for two and plenty of space for luggage. Dubbed the Hütte Hut, this small camper was built by the husband and wife team of Sprouting Sprocket Studio to provide comfortable roadside accommodations no matter where you are headed.
The camper design, inspired by geodesic domes, offers 44 square feet of interior space, which is big enough to fit a bed, a few bags, and other essentials. Its lightweight frame is exposed and incorporates large, well-placed windows. The entire structure is capped by a taut fabric roof that serves as a diffuser of natural light. On the outside, the camper is clad in lasesr-cut sheets of Jobert Okume marine plywood.
The camper is the perfect size for a couple and the sides can open up to create a cozy lounging spot or just to provide more room for the inhabitants.