Friday, February 15, 2013

A Kitchen to Travel With

Enter, the Bowlus Road Chief. Based on the 30's-era creation of William Hawley Bowlus (known for his role in designing both Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis as well as the iconic Airstream trailer), this updated version of the original tow-along begins production this year, to the tune of $100,000. While sporting a similar polished look to the recognizable Airstream, the Chief is notable for its more streamlined aeronautic silhouette. And that's not all.

Predictably, we like the kitchen. While only demanding what looks to be about 15% of the total square footage, the Chief's stainless galley sports a two-burner glass cooktop, microwave, mini-fridge, and sink with a sprayer that reaches outside for the less-fussy dishwashers. And the adjacent convertible dining-booth-turned-sofa-turned-bunk, makes for a cozy meal with your travel buddies. More more, visit Bowlus Road Chief. Spotted first on the New York Times.

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