A lot of people love the idea of living a nomadic lifestyle and traveling around the country in a mobile home, but the cramped space and lack of privacy often dissuade people from making that leap. Mobile homes aren't really the pinnacle of luxurious living, what if you could have the best of both worlds? A company called Dahir Insaat is making it happen with their transformer mobile home.
The home starts out looking like a semi truck, with the roof snuggly fit over the top of it. Once you start the transformation process, the walls and flooring pop out and everything starts to take shape. In the double-decker version of the home, there's even a second floor to provide extra space.
The concept is certainly unique, and the design itself gives off a luxurious vibe. The barn-style frame of the modular home, mixed with all of the windows, gives the home and open feel. You can even customize the exterior and interior to add walls where needed.
Here's another video showing how different types of the transformer mobile homes opening up and then returning to original form.
The single-story version of the transformer mobile home is 1,500 square-feet, and the two story option is a whopping 2,690 square-feet. That's a whole lot of space to tote around!
The walls are made of wood, are about 15-cm thick and are reinforced with steel plates. The home runs on a diesel generator and there are hook ups for electricity, plumbing and water.