This tiny home style trailer was built for Merrell shoe company in Rockford, Michigan. It was built to serve as a mobile marketing piece to tell their brand's story and showcase new product at event around the country.
It is parked at Camp Navarro amongst the redwoods in Northern California in these pictures.
Almost every finish is the trailer was reclaimed or reused. Ipe floors from a deck, maple walls from a barn, corrugated metal from an old barn, cedar trim and beveled siding off an old cottage, redwood ceiling from a farm.
The raw natural materials help connect the trailer back to nature, which is Merrell's mission, to get people outside and in nature.
Built in rails make hanging and swapping out marketing materials simple.
Modular shelving the clips to the same rails can be easily moved or swapped out.
The trailer is outfitted with build in storage and ample cabinet space, a small refrigerator keeps food and drinks cold for the team and guests.
The entire trailer runs on solar power, lighting, refrigerator and an electric winch which raises and lowers a deck.
The deck extends off the rear of the trailer to extend the floor space and create and indoor/outdoor space and entry to the trailer. It doubles as protection for the double glass french doors while in transit.
The doors are new to include safety glass and to provide proper security.
The windows are all repurposed.
The size allows it to be easily towed and the height lets it get into most convention centers.
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