Rice Lake, WI – – August 25, 2020 – – Tiny RV home builder, ESCAPE, has unveiled EscapeSpace portable sheds that consumers are using them as backyard offices, fitness studios and other lifestyle needs during the pandemic.
“We’re delivering them all over the country to people looking for separate work, school, exercise or hobby space during the pandemic,” says ESCAPE founder, Dan Dobrowolski.
Unlike zoning limits placed on traditional tiny homes or RVs, EscapeSpace sheds are portable and, therefore, can be placed on most private property.
Customers are ordering them either as a shell or custom-designed with finished interiors, electrical, plumbing and even solar-powered options for off-grid use.
StudioIt features a sustainable wood exterior with custom stain, sliding six foot patio door, LowE thermopane windows, eight foot ceilings and an open floor plan for multipurpose use. Add-on options range from a cedar front deck with bench to kitchen, sleeping & bath quarters.
MaThe Japanese word Ma means “space” or even better, “an emptiness full of possibilities, like a promise yet to be fulfilled.” Ma is ultra-modern but tied to an ancient tradition of Zen design & craftsmanship. It has endless purposes and its clean-lined design, accentuated by clerestory windows with the option of an entire window wall, will enhance the landscape wherever it is set.