Designed studio Ulises, which is based in Berlin, Germany, recently presented an intriguing new concept of mobile homes. With the help of the artificial intelligence program Midjourney, the studio reimagined classic RVs as impressive multi-decker camper vans.
According to Ulises, the project is aimed at “exploring the possibilities of portable collective solutions for contemporary nomadic communities.” Their designs see a vehicle fitted with multiple levels, with each one serving a different purpose.
For example, one of the designs is fitted with multiple living rooms, an office, a bedroom, and a terrace. Others have more compact levels, with each being suitable for a single occupant, essentially turning them into an apartment building.
These mobile homes range from retro to futuristic designs and feature between two and seven stories.
“By embracing a more nomadic lifestyle, we can explore new ways of living that are both exciting and sustainable, all while fostering a sense of community and connection with the world around us,” Ulises founder Ricardo Orts said about the project when reached out to by Cover Media.
While the structural integrity of these multi-decker mobile homes might be questionable, the idea itself seems quite interesting. Who knows, maybe this ends up being the future after all.