Caravans face a fairly bleak prospect as they are slowly becoming technologically outdated, and foreign air travel becomes cheaper offering direct competi-tion to the caravanning culture.A home from home is now needed that is instantly accessible, and can be reconfigured to suit constantly changing dynamic needs.The base unit of the case van is the first stage of purchase and introduction to the community of the case van, with the main idea that through change in use required by the buyer, and other factors such as having children that the main base unit can be added to through buying or hiring the extra sections required to suit the consumer’s needs. The possibility to swap units with other case van owners, or rent out sections for the day or a weekend could spur on a whole network of case van enthusiasts.Production of these units would be based on standard sizes, continuing the concept of pre-fabrication and high levels of quality control through factory production currently used in caravan fabrication. Standard wall construction will allow the quick installation and removal of any systems such as additional toilets, the addition of a computer or extra electric sockets quickly and easily. Plumbing and under floor heating connect together as easily as the units push fit together. Large openings allow light to penetrate into the caravan and with the aid of light reactive plastics, no curtains are ever needed as the windows darken or can be switched to black when required.