Land Ark created their Drake RV with the intention of cramming all the amenities of a full-size home into a two-behind recreational vehicle. The Drake was designed by Brian and Joni Buzarde. If anyone knows what it’s like to live in an RV, it’s the Buzardes, who have been living in their RV since 2012. The Buzardes designed the Drake to sleep six—seven if you include the sofa—in only 357 square feet.
The trailer’s tri-axle chassis measures 30 feet in length, 8.5 in width, and 13 feet 4 inches in height. Much of the sleeping area is achieved via lofts, which is only possible because of the Drake’s height. The master loft fits a king mattress, while the secondary loft fits a queen. The two flex rooms fit a queen mattress as well as built-in closets with hanging rods, drawers, and shelves.
The bathroom isn’t your typical camper bathroom. The Drake’s bathroom is large enough to fit a 30 inch by 60 inch bathtub-shower combo as well as a sink and vanity and a one-piece toilet. There’s also room for a linen closet with a prep ledge.
The kitchen features stainless steel refrigerator and freezer, LP gas cooktop and oven, cooktop vent, and kitchen sink with faucet. The lower cabinets are acrylic and the upper shelves are open for easy access.
The exterior is a simple black corrugated metal siding. Inside you’ll find white-washed pine covering the walls and ceiling. The mix is very modern and nearly elegant.