Popularity of nomadic life, in practice since ancient times, can well be envisaged with the rapid increase in the number of mobile homes and designs. Though earlier it was the need of the time, but in the present era roving life has become an adventure and a passion among the so-called modern or city nomads. The Waskman design studio teaming with Creative Space Culdesac has come up with a mobile home, developed for Vodafone to promote its fixed phone and internet wireless services, which boasts a fully furnished and modernized interior and hardwood floors. Finished with white polyethylene panels and transparent polycarbonate, the mobile home is divided between two floors and presents a moving space that is 6 meters in length, 2.5 meters in width and 3.85 meters in high, which seems quite sufficient for a small family.
Moving on a patrol four-wheel-drive vehicle, the Vodafone mobile home and includes an open bedroom (on the top floor), together with a small kitchen and living room (on first floor) and possibly harness solar energy through solar panels located on the top and sides of the roof as well. Offering a green yet trendy nomadic life experience, the multi-leveled home is currently accommodating the family (wife and two children) of blogger Marcos Morales that is traveling across Spain.