Decagon Tent Brings Japanese Design to the Great Outdoors
December 12, 2011
As suspected, no one can make camping outdoors feel so much like being in the clean, organized, and spatially rich indoors quite like the Japanese. Japanese outdoor equipment company Logos has created a “Decagon Tent,” a modular tent structure that can stand alone or link together with other decagon tent components to create a complex interior environment, even while you’re roughing it in the great outdoors.
The heart of the arrangement is a pentagonal tent that accepts up to five attachable modules. This centerpiece can function as a three-person sleeper, or it can be transformed into a sizable dining area. Meanwhile, the attachable modules include small dome units for sleeping or a large 16-person dining area. With its flexible fastening system, this customizable tarp city can even extend to include your cute, contoured van. Click through for more photos.
[All images courtesy of Logos]