We’ve seen double-story tiny homes on wheels,
The theme here is retro-futurism setting the tone for a world where laws of physics are a little haywire. That’s because stacking more than two levels of living space on a van chassis needs a super strong platform and definitely a crazy set of tires that can bear such weight. But then we are talking about AI and going out of the box to make things super interesting.
The Berlin-based studio continues its journey of creating hyper-realistic worlds using the popular AI design tool Midjourney. The new part of the series “Kinetic Kingdoms” is set in a desert landscape the multi-decker caravans are like luxe mansions but in a stacked vertical configuration. From what I can see, all basic amenities and the dose of aesthetic luxury can be seen from the clear windows. This multi-level living space has lavish bedrooms, living rooms, spacious kitchens and some even have rooftop terraces. Now that’s even better than an expansive apartment in a metropolis.
Either Ulises Design Studio or AI itself has picked on the keyword for using classic cars and vans of the yesteryears as the platform for this dreamy living space. Ricardo Orts, founder of the studio says that “by embracing a more nomadic lifestyle, we can explore new ways of living that are both exciting and sustainable, all while fostering a sense of community and connection with the world around us.’
One query still lingering in mind though-how does, one go from one level to the other? Are there any compact stairs or did the AI just forget to factor in that element? Either way, the concepts rendered here are too far from reality and will remain just a pipedream, unless we are talking of a time decades in the future.