Luxurious Camper Pod Inspired By The New MINI Car


Luxurious Camper Pod Inspired By The New MINI Car

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Luxurious Camper Pod Inspired By The New MINI Car

Luxurious Camper Pod Inspired By The New MINI Car

The concept design project showcases how the automotive brand can fit into the luxury camping market

The release of a bulkier, more off-road MINI Countryman F60 is definitely stretching the brand’s greatness-comes-in-small-packages mantra. This new MINI model is a five seater and is highly capable of going beyond the city’s polished streets. Interested in taking it camping? You’re in luck, because a non-commissioned project by Anomaly has created a perfect pairing that high-end camping enthusiasts can lust over.

The advertising agency has created a sleek modern camper to the match the Countryman F60. These campers are shaped like futuristic pods with wide windshields that take full advantage of any view. And just like the cars that inspired the pods, the strength of the design isn’t in sharp angles but in slender, well-calculated curves.

A spacious bed in the camper has a headboard that doubles as a countertop, where one may cook a meal while out and about. Opposite the counter is the entrance to the highlight of the home—a cozy bathroom with a tub. The minimalism places the bathtub under a wide glass window so campers can enjoy the view while bathing.


The project was a collaboration with photographer Fabian Mazolla of Bitlens Studio. The series shows off the camping pods in different color ways, inspired by the options available for the MINI Countryman. The white camper is clean and crisp, while the dark oak wood option features warmer wall colors.


There is scarce info on the technicalities of the concept. It is, after all, a well-executed concept piece. Fabian Mazolla of Bitlens Studio tells PSFK that MINI has no intentions of manufacturing the camper.

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July 17, 2017 at 07:05AM