The Aether Airstream pop-up store in in Austin. Visit AETHER for more info.
The Aether Airstream pop-up store is in Boston. Visit AETHER for more info.
Official ground breaking! The process has finally begun. This time there will only be one prototype, and that will be the keeper. It took 3.5 years of site prep, clearing, landscaping, and design to get to this point. I’m pretty sure it will take another 3-4 years before we can say ‘we’re done’. Which will make this our longest running ‘project’ ever. A pic may be worth a thousand words.. to sum it up as a one word understatement… [epic]. -TR
While on covert business in the bay area last week, Shane and I were able to swoop the last day of the Aether Airstream store in San Francisco. Visit AETHER to find out where the Airstream will pop-up next. -TR
Aether has just introduced their dual-purpose mobile ‘man-cave’ / pop up store concept. Check it out.
FYi has recently gone mobile with the Airstream 23D International. This is American retro-iconic design at it’s best. An 80 year old company, that still hand-builds each Airstream in a small town in Ohio. There really is nothing else like it..
Interior design by CCD
We picked up our coach at Airstream of Spokane
, and then ventured back through the North Cascades on our way back to B.C.
Back in Pemby, we docked for the long weekend to moto and work on the site of studio 2.0
Check out the ‘Wee Wind’ being restored by David Winick
The 1948 Wee Wind was the smallest and lightest Airstream ever made. Only 19 were built, with only 14 known to exist today.
Less is more. Doesn’t get much better than that.