Snow Peak Jyubako Camp Trailer

This is about as minimal as it gets. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the Snow Peak Jyubako Camp Trailer is a refuge for the modern nomad. The portable shelter is made entirely out of raw plywood and comes completely bare on the inside, allowing for you to choose the function of each space as you desire. But don't let the basic facade fool you. Although if may look like a simple box while it's traveling, when parked, the widow and door panels fold down to create awnings, tables, and a deck for the exterior.

Photos: Kengo Kuma and Associates

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