The Wedge Cabin, designed by Cal Poly Pomona architecture students and built by Cavco Industries Inc., will be on display at the 62nd Annual California RV Show, running Oct. 10-19 at the Fairplex in Pomona, Gate 9.
According to a press release, the school’s architecture graduate students were asked to design cabins as part of the work by the state Parks Forward initiative that would generate interest in the state park system and appeal to groups that don’t typically go camping, such as millennials and minorities.
The Wedge incorporates wood and glass for a more modern look, can accommodate one full-sized bed and a twin-sized bunk bed, and offers plenty of seating. The cabin also features a 60-square-foot porch and meets Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
Cavco is a leading designer and builder of systems-built structures including manufactured homes, modular homes, commercial buildings, park model homes and vacation cabins.
The 10-day event, produced by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), will feature more than 1,200 RVs, 35 manufacturers, and 15 dealers, plus six celebrities, food and educational seminars, including the informative RV factory showcase. The show provides a free trolley and also offers mobility scooters, wheelchairs and kids wagons for rent at the entrance.
Show hours are 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily. Adult admission is $10; kids 17 and under are free. Active military personnel are free with ID. Purchase tickets online at http://www.thebestrvshow.com. For more information, call (818) 248-6600.