I think the whole approach to caravan crafting and woodwork is different in Europe -- influenced of course by fine quality wood (e.g. Finnish Birch)/soft-leather/cloth upholstery etc. and the much appreciated and paid-for work of craftsmen in those craft areas. Coupled of course with the progressive design work of modernist movements from architects like Bauhaus, De Stijl and Le Corbusier. Minimalism and 'honesty' of materials is ingrained in the workmanship and very much a 'given' in European craftsmanship of higher order luxury goods like caravans.
In the U.S. Architects haven't touched RV's except with the Airstream, whose interior/exterior design of course is unparalelled in Europe even.
IMHO what Casita
should do is get some good ergonomics and interior design consultation from the firm who designed the Airstream interior.
It is the next step in their design evolution.
This step in fact could save them mfg. costs and definitely would bring younger style-conscious buyers to the fold.
BTW -- gorgeous pictures in the last post... :)