Back in January this year I featured one of Robert Scott's beautiful housetrucks or if you like, studiotrucks.
You can have a look at that here.
Now, here's another big and bold example of Robert's idea on living comfortably on wheels.
With an interior featuring plenty of wonderful wood, this spacious dwelling comes with large windows and again plenty of galvanised iron cladding.
These images were taken at Hollyburton Park in Australia where Robert and his family live.
Visit them here...
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Another Big Beautiful Housetruck From Robert Scott...
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Those truck houses are pretty tall, will they fit under bridges and traffic lights?ReplyDelete
I think they're road legal but they're used mainly for woofer accommodation on the farm and in the rural areas. Traffic lights, what are they?Delete
Surely this a house legally.ReplyDelete
It may well be a house Joc, call it whatever you like, but because it's foundations are black round things called wheels, it doesn't need to comply with any local building laws... if it ventures out on the road, only then does it need to comply with the rules regarding height and width of a vehicle...Delete
I'd love to find some of these in New Zealand. It would be great to live in one.ReplyDelete