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The Airstream Office - Businessweek

Could you work in an Airstream trailer? The simple answer is YES !  I could and I would love to.  I have had an odd passion for these classics for about a decade.  Not so much for the camping aspect as I am not a huge fan of that as an activity, but as a source of refuge, a work and thinking place. I can imagine this parked in a near semi-permanent state on the side of my house and being used and an office to run my side business or to start new ones.  If I had the opportunity to be location independent I would be able to use this as a temporary residence or work location.  I really got excited when I saw Matthew Hofmann of Hofmann Architecture transform one of these Airstreams into a residence and office about 2 years ago.

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