Most RV's are designed to sleep lots of people and therefore some things have to be multifunctional, usually compromising any one function. An example would be dinettes. For a dinette to be convertible to a bed usually results in it being very uncomfortable as a dinette because the seat cushions and backs have to be flat. A growing segment of the RV market will be retirees who do not need to sleep 6-8 people. Other design problems are small kitchens with no counter space for meal preparation (especially when your housing 6 people), and impossibly small showers.
This design is essentially a 152 sf tiny house. The main seating area is at the back since in most situations you back into parking spaces. This way you get the best view and privacy. The bed is a loft easily accessible up stepped storage cabinets. The kitchen has a long counter. The bath is nearly all shower with a Plexiglas divider protecting the toilet and towels from water spray.
The idea is for this design to be made out of readily available RV parts and components. It is a mobile tiny house that is very livable -- especially for one person. Anyone want to have one made?
Click here to see an alternative to this design with a rear bath.
Class"B" designs can be seen here and here
See the article about this design on DoItYourselfRV.com.