IT’S LIKE A TENT—BUT BETTER
AS CONVENIENT AS A GOOD OLD-FASHIONED TENT IS, THERE ARE JUST SOME ADVENTURES WHERE IT WON’T BE ENOUGH
Have you always wanted to add more comfort to your adventures? Is a tent just not cutting it, especially when you’re traveling with your family or group of friends? Enter—the Koleliba. What does it mean? It’s a combination of the Bulgarian words for hut and trailer. Sound familiar? Yes, it’s a trailer home.
The Koleliba is designed by Bulgarian architect Hristina Hristovsa. It’s a huge upgrade from the classic camping tent. Being only 97 square feet, it’s convenient enough to be towed by car to that one perfect spot you’ve been eyeing.
While compact, it still provides the comforts of a tiny home. There’s a bedroom, a kitchenette, and a full-on awning for an outdoor dining setup—all neatly packed into this tiny trailer home.
So how much is getting one of these babies going to cost you? Well, all you need is $10,000 and it’s yours!
“The idea was born out of our desire to stay away from the crowds and the concrete of the five-star beach resorts, and spend time somewhere calmer and closer to nature,” said Hristova.
“This is our response to the invading consumerism that encourages us to always want our homes bigger, better and unnecessarily luxurious,” Hristova told Dezeen. “It’s a step back to a simpler life without excesses but full of free time, happy moments and friends, which we often have to sacrifice in our never-ending drive for more.”
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