Supertramp: A Micro-Sized Mobile Home

Supertramp: A Micro-Sized Mobile Home

A simple bicycle caravan promotes a leaner way of future living.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 july 2010

Supertramp is a pushbike caravan through which its creator, the recently founded ‘do-tank’ Lehman B, aims to explore the feasibility of mobile, micro-sized living in an urban environment. The caravan is made with a rigid frame and is covered with a tent cloth, featuring a window on one side and a door on the other. The ‘home’ is equipped with a bed and a small fireplace with a chimney. Supertramp pedals around London and sets up ad hoc events and workshops to encourage public dialogue on social issues and minimalistic lifestyles for the future.

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