The Bread Caravan
“The Bread-Caravan” is one of the many architectural miniature creations of Thomas Hillier. “Thomas’s architectural interests go beyond the built environment to include art, design, story telling and installations with a particular interest in how literature can be directly translated into urban and architectural space.” 
Notes about “Migration of Mel & Judith – Europe” by the artist (from Hillier’s website):
Firstly I’d like to introduce you to Mel (short for Melvin) and Judith, a recently retired couple from Croydon who have decided to give up on their life in London’s third City and travel Europe in search of the perfect caravan spot and a touch of hot weather! As they travel the couple realise they miss the home comforts of England, especially white bread which seems impossible to get abroad. To combat their longing they slowly adapt and customise their caravan-house to feel a little more like home. Walls of the caravan become aroma filled bricks of white bread, especially made by Mel & Judith themselves. Other adaptations include the pebbledash façade reminiscent of their Croydon abode. A green lawn-carpet that is much cooler underfoot than the hot Marbella sand and when it gets too hot there’s always the sprinkler system and snow-chimney.
Below: Photos of Mel & Judith’s Bread-Caravan
Top: The Migration of Mel & Judith – Royal Academy of Arts, London.
1. "About Thomas Hillier," thomashillier.co.uk, retrieved on November 4th, 2010. Link via Dezeen