Happier Camper parks to set up shop in new Corktown location, near Detroit Institute of Bagels.
Photo from Curbed Detroit
The West Coast based business designs customizable campers with a unique modular design that allows owners to create and recreate the interior cabin.
Use the cushioned cubes to make a mega bed to for you and your friends to crash at night. In the morning, switch a few cubes around and make breakfast on a kitchenetTE.
The modular design creates limitless possibilities for mixed use functionality. The camper has been used commercially as a food truck, info booth and advertising asset.
The caravan is solar powered and draws energy from a discreet solar panel on the roof. Using its solar reserves, the camper can be off the grid for up to three days.
Anyone up for a long weekend in the woods? I sure am.
The camper is versatile and stylish. The HC1 shell has a retro shape and can be ordered in any Pantone color (I’ll take one of each, please). All parts are made in North America. Depending on its final destination, parts are sent to a Happier Camper showroom in Los Angeles or Detroit to be assembled
The HC1 is the ultimate life accessory. Visiting the Happier Camper showroom will make you ready for life on the road. After seeing the Topanga Turquoise camper I have daydreams of driving to California and stopping to set up camp at every fabulous view along the way.
Click here to customize your own HC1.
Happier Camper will be parked outside Detroit Mercantile Company on Market Tuesdays until the end of the season. Pop by to see the glamper for yourself.