An Integrated RV House

You can combine the freedom of an RV with the security of a home by building an integrated RV house.



070 rv house 1 main view
The Bunzer family's integrated RV house—in addition to looking as conventional as any "normal" cottage—incorporates a simple solar collector that provides most of the home's daytime heat.
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070 rv house 2 interior
It's difficult to tell where the living room ends and the RV begins.
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070 rv house 3 partition wall
The coach rests snugly against the partition wall behind the "invisible" doors.
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