Architecture student, hank.butitta, turns old school bus into ultimate mobile home. Hank recently finished his Masters in Architecture at the University of Minnesota, and converted the bus as his Master’s Final Project. He has a passion for working with his hands, and has opted to forego the traditional post-graduate job hunt in order to start his own shop. His is currently part owner of a 4′x8′ CNC router, and spends most of his time working on an array of projects from building custom furniture to machining molds for commercial glass-blowers.
Hank create four primary zones: Bathroom, Kitchen, Seating, and Sleeping. The even spacing of the window bays allow for the volume to be broken down into modular units of 28 inches square, leaving an aisle that is also 28 inches wide.
The trip will take them to national parks and major cities along the way, and they are picking up different friends and family members. Anywhere from two to 12 people will be on the bus at any one time, but there is a total sleeping capacity for as many as six adults.
If you want to tracing this project, check the hank’s bolog: Hank Bought a Bus