Architect Harry Gesner is behind this gorgeous (and portable) Autonomous Tent, a 700-1,000 square foot oasis made of steel frames and a fabric shell that can handle winds up to 90 miles per hour and serious snow without a problem.
When it comes down to it, it's not really a tent, as it takes a few days to set up and you can't exactly throw it in the back of your SUV. It's more like a portable prefab home with a tent aesthetic.
Each are set atop a wooden deck for added comfort and can quickly be equipped to various utilities and solar panels for easy long-term living.
Prices range from $100,000 to $200,000 depending on size and it ships via semi trailer to anywhere in the USA. The one on display here is available to rent by the night at Treebones Resort in Big Sur. If you want to test drive the Autonomous Tent before going all-in and purchasing, this is an excellent way to it.