To us, Work from road means finding places that don’t look like an office. From the coast to the mountains, river to downtown, it’s about being productive from anywhere. Where would you go in your Nest Van?
Freelancing and working remotely have become increasingly popular over the past years. Still, perhaps one of the major disadvantages of these trends is that you always need to improvise a space where you can work. On the other hand, it’s also difficult to adapt a standard van to your work needs if you want to be on the road and freelance simultaneously.
A group of people with experience in the adventure vehicle industry have teamed up and established a new company called Nest Vans. Their first launch, the Nest Van Series 01, is a concept they’ve developed since 2019 before the global health crisis changed the way that many people work. This mobile office was created so that people “no longer have to choose between work and play.”
The Mercedes Sprinter Van conversion is equipped with a 360-degree swivel work table that can be converted to obtain a queen-sized sleeping area in the back of the van so that you can work and rest in your mobile office. Charging and connectivity are highly important when it comes to remote work, so the Nest van features several USB and 110V outlets and a cell signal booster. The lithium power station can be used to charge not just laptops but any other device, such as drones and cameras.
Besides the typical storage spaces, including a wardrobe closet and a bench, the van also features a locking cabinet system, so your office valuables stay secure. The compact but ingenious configuration also includes a flip-up sink with a water tank and a discreetly hidden toilet inside a cabinet.
Whether you just want a flexible, dedicated workspace, or to be able to stay connected to your work while traveling and having fun, the Nest Series 01 office van opens up a world of possibilities. Pricing starts at $99,750 and the first vans are set to arrive by the summer of 2022.