In 2000, architect-designer Chris Deam gutted a vintage trailer to create a booth for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, and DWR contacted Deam about creating a special edition trailer for their customers. The result is a 100% outfitted vehicle, with a light and airy interior made of the most durable materials. DWR equipped the galley with top-notch amenities like an Elkay faucet, recessed halogen lights, eco-friendly flooring, glossy overhead lockers, custom aluminum window treatments, and a Sony sound system. It is also dressed with modern DWR décor accents like a Nelson ball clock ($300), Heller dinnerware ($60), a Tom Dixon Wire Coatrack ($300), and Tripolina chairs ($400).
Even the most steadfast indoorswoman can appreciate the beauty of this updated icon. It could be a perfect hideaway from a busy life, stationary or on the road—if you can afford it.