Glassic Soho – a modular home or a trailer?

Why would anyone pay five figures for a trailer? I wouldn’t but someone with a Bohémian streak will definitely go for it! Developed by San Francisco architect and furniture designer Christopher Deam, Glassic Soho is a sleek, modern alternative living space. Sure it’s still a trailer, but it’s designed with aesthetics and efficiency in mind. Trailers like the Glassic are classed as recreational vehicles, which means most municipalities do not treat them as permanent dwellings. One can pick from among three floorplans like one-bedroom, two-bedroom (no kitchen), or studio. All units come standard with a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass. Furthermore, you can outfit it with all the creature comforts of a permanent home — hide-a-bed sofa, dining table with seating for six, queen-size bed, washer-dryer, fireplace, and entertainment system.

Park it on a waterfront or a vista overlooking a valley below…or maybe tucked into the woods…the possibilities are endless. This vacation dwelling truly gives the feeling of living inside and outside at the same time. Just that you need to dig into your wallets for $59,000!

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