Dutch company Haaks just rolled out its most compact camper to date—but the slight footprint doesn’t skimp.
At a time when many are itching to get away, the fully off-grid Opperland camper is an enticing proposition. It’s the latest in a line of sustainably built structures from Dutch company Haaks—and in under 100 square feet, it seriously upgrades the outdoor experience.
“We felt that camping could be made different,” says Jules Luijpen, who cofounded Haaks in 2017 with partner Pim Gijsbers. They’d both trialed and exhausted a wide range of car camping options—a caravan, a folding trailer, a tent—and were in search of something more refined. “A camper should feel like nature—not like a plastic box.”
See the full story on Dwell.com: This Svelte, Expandable Camper Packs All the Perks of a Tiny Home
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