Architect student’s converted bus. Photos by Justin Evidon. More info. here and here.
Super job. I’m a senior lady who wants to eventually sell my 600 sq. ft. condo and go tiny or buy a small rv and travel. I love the tiny house idea.
I LOVE your bus! Fantastic job! I can’t wait to read your blog and follow your journey. Blessings!
You did an excellent job creating a very livable bus conversation!
Very interchangeable for those who like to ‘rearrange frequently’. Able to sleep several people. Hidden tables and plenty of storage. Nice job.
Holy swooning Batman! This is really inspiring Hank. keep spreading that vibe, it’s contagious!
Hank. I think your design and production on the bus is outstanding.
It is adaptable and simple and the finish and fit look good and the extra benefit of this space being mobile and economical is commendable. You will probably be one of the “keepers” in the overgrown architectural field.
An architect that actually knows how to build something.
I luv your bus. My dad converted an old bus back in the late 60′s and everybody laughted at him. It was rougher than yours but same concept. We had that bus parked on the river for years and we sure did enjoy it. Thanks for
sharing your bus with me.
Yvonne Le Drew
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Inspiring that Hank not only builds this for his own use, but makes it an opportunity to connect and influence others with a hands on experience of the bus. Reminds me a bit of and “Outstanding in the Fields” type experience. Good luck and keep us posted.
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