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Geo-Dome Life Pod Travel Trailer

This is the geo-dome Life Pod travel trailer by Michael Weekes.

Outside, you’ll see a geometric dome attached to what seems to be a small trailer for boats.

When you go inside, you’ll find a bed, dinette, window, storage and a bathroom. The inside decor has light-colored wooden accents with exposed triangular beams.

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  • Scott March 9, 2016, 2:26 pm

    At first sight it looks like a salvaged space capsule from an old Apollo mission. Funny in a good way but then when I see it in pic being towed by an old model ford or Mercury it becomes funnier , that coupled with the towing straps that have it hogged down to a peculiar trailer.
    A for effort at least. Doesn’t seem practical and yet maybe would look better suited to being suspended on 8″ tall aircraft aluminum legs like a pod treehouse of sorts . Park it in New Mexico at site 51 and charge tourists to stay overnight and you have yourself a business !
    Lol

    • Bigfoot March 9, 2016, 7:17 pm

      Ha, ha. Too funny! I love your outside the box thinking regarding the area 51 business. It would probably go over too. Then there’s Roswell.

      The pod, not my cup of tea but I always enjoy checking out most anything someone takes the time to create.

  • Christine March 9, 2016, 3:18 pm

    They seem to have stolen their layout image from the EcoCapsule (http://tinyhousetalk.com/ecocapsule-off-grid-tiny-house-powered-by-solar-and-wind/). Even if it IS the same layout, it’s still not great :/

  • rachel March 9, 2016, 4:54 pm

    Went to the RV show in hershey, pa last sept. There were a few mfrs.
    offering small pod like trailers made from fiberglass. They had enough room for a bed or couch/bed, small kitchen and a small bathroom. Some had the kitchen outside inside the pod area. Small but functional. This one looks like it may not be aerodynamic to tow but who knows.
    namaste’, rachel

  • jake March 9, 2016, 7:20 pm

    Cool experiment. Explore possibilities. Learn what works. Tinker aggressively. Expose yourself to discovery.

  • Kathy March 10, 2016, 5:50 am

    That is the strangest thing I have ever seen being towed. Interesting.

  • Paul Larsen March 26, 2016, 7:24 pm

    This is a most interesting design!! I would love to see it going down the road. That is the beauty of tiny houses ( or trailers) . When you build you own, you build it to suit yourself, you can be as imaginative as you want and stand out from the crowd!! If you like being with the masses, there are lots of commercial manufactures of RV out there. From my knowledge of construction and seeing how commercial ones are built . The tiny houses I see on this site and others are just as well built , if not better built than the commercial ones

  • Jim July 12, 2016, 2:14 pm

    Build it and they will complain about something. I think it is a very good experimental design. I think Geo-Vardo could be a good name for this one. Testing new, unconventional designs is a human strength.

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