Less house and more life. That’s the slogan for Tiny Project, a project that calls on people to participate in The Tiny House Movement and live with a smaller financial, environmental and physical footprint.
In fact the invention of ESCAPE the RV is stimulated by a new standard in U.S.A. In the past, the law regulates that RVs, Recreational Vehicle, should be less than 8’-6’’ wide and weight less than 10,000 pounds. And people usually take their RVs to the RV Park where they remain on their chassis but get access to water and sewer. But they seldom move. Then here comes the new law that the Park Model RV could be up to 400 square feet in the USA. This encouraged Architect Kelly Davis to design ESCAPE for Dan Dobrowolski, owner of a resort in Wisconsin called Canoe Bay, and who is offering it for sale starting at $79,000.
The most attractive features of ESCAPE are its high quality material and the beauty of natural settings around. Every element of the ESCAPE has been finished to the highest quality standards, featuring cedar lap siding, LED lighting, Energy Star appliances and much more. Besides, the RV is located at Canoe Bay, surrounded by gorgeous views on all sides.
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