Dutch architect Eduard Böhtlingk is the author of a very particular camping van named De Markies (or The Awning). This compact van can be opened like a fan to reveal a real mobile home for campers. The central part (that doesn’t move) features a kitchen, storage spaces and a dining room. The extended part triples the van’s space and features a bedroom and a living room. This invention was first presented at the contest Temporary Living in 1985 and received 11 years later the Rotterdam Design Public Prize.