Land Rover Defender Conversions
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Camper conversions

Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defenders make the ideal camper, and with its long-standing history come a huge range of accessories and modular add-ons that will transform your vehicle into one of the most robust and iconic campers on – and off – the road.


I specialise in natural wooden interiors, handcrafted to the design and finish of your choice. Inspired by traditional boat building, and using only marine-grade products and technology, each interior is made to weather a fully-outdoor experience.


By modelling your interior in CAD, every cabinet and surface is moulded to the contours of the interior framework to maximise space and access a variety of appliances and utilities you’d never believe would fit.


You can come to me at any stage of your project to discuss how to bring your vision from concept to reality.


From an initial set of measurements of your vehicle, the interior layout will be modelled using CAD software. This design can be modified until you are happy to proceed, at which point the interior will be handcrafted to the specification of your choice.


For Land Rover conversions, I partner with specialists to fit major electrical, LPG and plumbing systems and any other structural installations such as raising roofs, awnings and chassis-mounted water tanks. You can commission me at any stage of your project, or we can plan your conversion from the beginning alongside approved workshops.


The design for these interior units has been inspired by joinery in wooden boats, where structural integrity and versatility of space are essential.


A wooden interior won’t necessarily weigh you down. With each project my signature design has evolved to optimise the materials used to produce slimmer and lighter units, so that what looks solid from the outside won’t hold you back.


Natural wood will expand and contract with changing atmospheric conditions, so cabinets and doors are made to accommodate the shifting wood as it is exposed to different levels of temperature and humidity.


I work with Propex Heatsource to provide refillable LPG tanks mounted beneath the chassis of your Land Rover Defender.


A 12 or 15 litre gas cylinder will keep you topped up for weeks on end, and can be easily and cheaply refilled at any service station that supplies LPG. An electric solenoid allows you to isolate the system at the press of a button, and provides an LED gauge to display your current fuel level.


The gas tanks will connect to your cooker, whether it is fixed in place inside or on a sliding drawer accessed from the rear. The filler point can be fitted on the side of the vehicle, or at the rear with an optional barbeque point to hook up your portable stove. With an undermounted Propex air heater, you can have warm air piped into your interior without taking up crucial space.