Design Interior Design Camp Champ Puts an Entire Kitchen in a Beautiful Little Box By Lloyd Alter Design Editor University of Toronto Lloyd Alter is Design Editor for Treehugger and teaches Sustainable Design at Ryerson University in Toronto. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Lloyd Alter Updated October 11, 2018 ©. Camp Champ open for business Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design There's a lot to learn from the camping world about living in small spaces, and we have shown a lot of portable kitchens that are full of ideas that could be applied to the great indoors. Core77 points us to what might be the ultimate in transportable kitchens: the smart, compact and mobile Camp Champ. © Camp Champ closed for transport It all folds up into this tiny cube but has everything in it, from a range to spices to dishes to a full set of knives, coffee maker and of course a corkscrew, " complete first class equipment for up to 6 people." Once assembled, the equipment is easy to use and ergonomically accessible. In closed state the equipment is safely and vibration resistant anchored in its units. Ideal as a kitchen for the garden, overlanding travel, 4 wheel trips, canoeing [really? it weighs 70 kilos! 150 pounds! Portage that!] travel by boat, picnics, all outdoor activities. It's all constructed of the best light boatbuilding plywood and filled with equipment and tools "chosen without any compromise". A homage to the ideals of a golden age in which a piece of equipment was measured by its usability, functionality and aesthetics. Now I am never one to compare or complain about prices of beautiful objects handmade by family craftspeople in the Austrian woods, but €5,400 (about six grand) surprised even me. But hey, that is cheaper than a real kitchen and look at all the space it would save.