No, it's not a picture of Neatorama's corporate offices (we don't get a mobile shower unit). It's an office design proposal by artist, designer, and inventor Steven M. Johnson. He has all sorts of creative if questionable suggestions to improve everything from cubicles, to RVs, to bedroom slippers.
His Nod Office, for example, is an ingenious piece of furniture that integrates a bed into a desk. Who among us has not wished for such a thing? He takes the idea of integration further — much further — with concepts such as Road Office (“for those wishing to catch up on work at the roadside … or [in a] traffic tie-up,” he says), the Treadmill Workstation (now that’s productivity!), and any number of mobile workspaces, such as the chauffer-driven executive suite or the Real Life Vehicle, an SUV that features rotating seats, pull-out computer stations, file cabinets, and laundry facilities.
At the link, there's a thumbnail gallery of his work, an article about him, and if you keep scrolling down, an interview.
http://designmind.frogdesign.com/articles/work-life/searching-for-value-in-ludicrous-ideas.html#/images/dm/issues/work---life/articles/rv/rv_1.gif via Fast Company