Tiny home purveyor Escape is known for its handsome range of tiny houses on wheels. After venturing into everything from a tiny house rental program to a getaway tiny house village to a shipping container model, the company is going back to basics and introducing a line of versatile tiny dwellings.
EscapeSpace is meant to be a low-fuss alternative for people looking for a little extra room, whether to use an accessory dwelling unit for additional housing, yoga studio, writing nook, home office, or anything else. The timber-clad sheds come in three one-room models—the “Studio” is boxy and flat-roofed; the Japanese-inspired “Ma” is slant-roofed with lots of glass; the “Classic” looks more like a classic pitch-roofed tiny house.
All of the studios come in two main sizes (8 by 8 feet or 8 by 16 feet), but they can be customized and outfitted with details like plumbing, built-in furniture, and special lighting. The sheds are designed for maximum convenience: A truck drops them off fully built at the location of your choice.
Base prices for the sheds start at $12,000 and go up to around $16,000. If you’re looking to be mobile, it’s also possible to get a model with wheels.