Living Vehicle’s New Creative Studio Redefines What it Means to Work Remotely

Luxury Towable Manufacturer Adds High-Tech Features Designed Specifically for Creative Professionals

Image Caption: Image Courtesy of Living Vehicle

Creative professionals looking for a mobile workspace unlike any other will love the new Creative Studio from Living Vehicle. Sold as an upgrade package to LV’s line of luxury travel trailers, the remote office adds a suite of high-tech tools that are perfect for working from anywhere. Best of all, when not in use, the entire office quickly and easily stows away, helping to maintain that all-important work-life balance.

The Creative Studio comes with technology from some of the top companies in the creative space—including Apple. Users can add either two 32-inch Pro Display XR 6K monitors or dual 27-inch 5K Studio Displays. Those screens are powered by either a 16-inch MacBook Pro laptop or the all-new Mac Studio desktop with Apple’s latest high-end M1 processors. Both options include a wireless keyboard and trackpad.

GENELEC Studio Monitors ultra-nearfield speakers and high-end wired headphones from Beyer Dynamic provide what is arguably the most amazing sound ever found in an RV. Logitech supplies the magnetic 4k Pro webcam that makes video conferencing from the campsite a breeze.

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Image Courtesy of Living Vehicle

All of the high-tech equipment sits atop a custom-made 80-inch walnut desk with room for two people to work independently or collaboratively. And at the end of the day, the entire office folds out of the way, revealing a queen-size memory foam bed.

Living Vehicle’s onboard LVenergy system powers the mobile work environment. This versatile power source uses solar, the vehicle’s alternator, shore power, and a generator to ensure the travel trailer never runs out of juice. High-capacity battery packs store the energy for use when camping off-grid at a remote campsite.

The Creative Studio can be added to any Living Vehicle travel trailer, with pricing starting at $23,995. For more information, check out the video above and visit the company’s website.

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