I found the de Markies on StumbleUpon the other day. Now there's a website that's a nice little distraction when you're supposed to be working if ever there was one. What bowls me over is the fact that the Dutch designers, Bohtlingk Architecture, have gone one step further than the blokes who designed my far opening windows. They've totally sussed how to bring the outside in. What's surprising is that this gorgeous trailer, that might tempt even the most hardened caravan hater, was designed nearly thirty years ago. It looks bang up to date to me.
Now if anyone comes to my campsite and spots me with a chainsaw I beg you to take it away from me. Finding me running across to Trago Mills to buy a ton of fabric and wood to make an awning could be a warning sign that something bad it in the offing. For I'm ever so inspired to do a George Clarke and cut away Klaus' sides and create that drop down look. It would be a bad move. My ability to wield a tool successfully is highly variable.