The photographer made a cozy and comfortable mobile home out of a 16-year-old van
Categories: Auto | Design and Architecture | TravelBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-photographer-made-a-cozy-and-comfortable-mobile-home-out-of-a-16-year-old-van
The tendency to abandon the usual place of work in the office and stable income is gaining momentum, to sell everything and go into the sunset — that is, to become "digital nomads". Many programmers, translators, writers, photographers and graphic designers are constantly moving from place to place, while continuing to work.
Deciding to follow this example, Hungarian photographer Norbert Juhász and his fiancee Dora gave up city life in the center of Budapest, turning a 16-year-old van into a mobile home for traveling and freelancing. The vehicle itself is rather inconspicuous and looks like a lot of other cargo minibuses.
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In the development and implementation of the most simplified mobile home project for two people, Juhas was helped by his architectural education.
The entire interior consists of three main elements. The first one is a sofa.
The sofa performs the function of a double bed. Underneath it is an electrical system and a storage space.
The kitchen has a gas stove with a cylinder, a sink and a water tank.
The last element is an L—shaped cabinet, the lower part of which serves as a place to sit with a refrigerator inside. Upstairs is a storage space.
For maximum thermal insulation, a 5-centimeter layer of polyurethane foam is applied to the van body from the inside.
The mobile home has a rather complex electrical system with a voltage of 12 volts. It can be charged in three different ways: using a 250-watt solar panel placed on the roof, from an engine generator and from a 220 volt mains.
It includes two rechargeable batteries with a total capacity of 200 ampere-hour and a small 220 volt inverter.
Water and gas supply systems are extremely easy to use. There is an 11-kilogram gas cylinder connected to the stove and a 70-liter water tank that is connected to a water tap with a pressure-operated pump. An additional connection point allows you to quickly take a shower in the back of the van.
Keywords: Home | Comfort | Mobile home | Diy | Photographer | Van
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