Clever.... but only in the sense of clever graphics and ideas. Clearly not in the least practical or realistic, in about a hundred different ways...presumably is meant as marketing for the 'designer' (well, 'graphic artist')
It's the brainchild of a team led by 23-year-old design student Stephanie Bellanger of Paris. Design students are often encouraged to ignore the more mundane aspects of mechanics, construction, materials etc. in order to focus on the possibilities of pure design. Our company has hosted a couple of design contests. We turn the designs over to our engineers and ask, "What parts of this are practical? What parts are possible? What can we use from this?" They usually just laugh, but sometimes we get some great ideas.
Stephanie's "Mobile Mini-House" design was entered in a Minimaousse contest (google it) and won a 'coup de coeur' (honorable mention) award.
It is nothing more than an interesting concept, and as Andrew points out, it is highly unlikely to ever reach any further stage of development.
On the other hand, take a look at this Scarab RV
concept, also capable of being pulled by a Mini or a road bike, and scheduled for production this summer.
PS - Great forum!