Ah camping, that age-old pastime that gives modern man a chance to escape the artificial environs he has built for himself and reconnect with nature. It's a chance for him to find momentary peace and harmony with the rest of the world and rediscover a life simplified to his most elementary needs. It's also a chance for him to out-do his fellow man by boasting a more kick-ass campsite.
It makes sense, then, that there's evidently a market for a pop-up camper designed to emulate the shape and spectacle of Jørn Utzon's Sydney Opera House. The Opera is a luxury camper that introduces a pint-sized contemporary icon of human civilization into the dirty, uncultured wilderness. .
Described on its website as "a mobile holiday package combining tent accommodation, optimum [traveling] pleasure, convenience and comfort, and a modern image," the Opera not only offers luxury accommodations in the great outdoors but also provides some high-design eye candy in case nature's mountains, forests, and streams weren't quite enough. While on the road, the Opera is condensed down to an unsuspecting flat, white caravan that can be hitched to the back of your vehicle. Once you've reached your destination, make camp by unpacking the Opera's dramatic white canopy, which consists of several concatenated curving peaks mimicking the wild forms of Utzon's Sydney landmark.
What's more, there is a posh interior to match the extravagance of the Opera's exterior: a fully-functioning compact kitchen, a refrigerator, a electronically adjustable sleep area, and a ceramic toilet are just a few of the perks that come with this mobile holiday package. Looks like modern man has discovered how to truly enjoy nature.