Amir emailed us this week to show off the awesome caravan wagon he and his 15-year-old son built together. It’s a space for them to hang out and work.
The story is that I wanted to build a small wagon for me and my son to have a place for recreation in our village.
So we built it on a small cart we found. Bigger than the cart. It has a small balcony with a kitchen.
And a shower outside under a tree.
I use it for writing and meeting people for coaching; and my son ( 15 y.o.) for hanging out with his friends.
I am an architect in my profession, and a coach. My son is in arts highschool here in Israel.
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Handcrafted Work & Play Wagon
Tilting the walls out provides lots of extra space inside.
Oh, I love the fabric work on the ceiling.
The blue exterior looks lovely.
Wonderful scenery, too!
The camp stove lets them cook up meals.
The little canopy is a perfect touch.
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Our big thanks to Amir for sharing! 🙏
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I think this is really genius the way you slanted the walls out. I had started something similar on my Estate to be used as a carriage for children’s rides. I got injured in an accident and didn’t get it finished and it fell over. I was so sad. It made me happy to see your finished project. Thanks for sharing.
Wow Diane I’m so sorry about that!
This is such a beautiful build! Great job Amir. The colors are fantastic, and the background scenery is making me feel homesick 🙂