The Escape Cabin is a tiny house on wheels. Due to this unique feature, it is categorized as an RV rather than a house in spite of how it looks. Of course, thanks to its compact size, it is only 14 feet wide with a total floorspace of 400 square feet, it is easily mobile.
Inspired by the small lakeside resort called Canoe Bay, the Escape Cabin was born after a number of visitors started asking for their own versions of the carefully constructed cabins. Dan George, the owner, says, "I spent quite a few years figuring out how to put Canoe Bay in a box, so to speak, so we could give it to people." It is designed by architect Kelly Davis of SALA.
The Escape Cabin by Kelly Davis is a Tiny House on Wheels
1. Mobile Tiny Houses - The trend of creating mobile tiny houses like The Escape Cabin is disrupting the traditional housing industry by providing a more mobile option for homeowners.
2. RV Redefined - The trend of categorizing tiny houses on wheels like The Escape Cabin as RVs is disrupting the RV industry by expanding the definition of what an RV can be.
3. Resort-inspired Living - The trend of resort-inspired living like the Canoe Bay resort that inspired The Escape Cabin is disrupting the vacation rental industry by providing more immersive and unique experiences for guests.
1. Housing - The mobile tiny house trend represents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the housing industry by offering a more affordable and mobile option for homeowners.
2. RV - The RV redefined trend represents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the RV industry by breaking away from traditional RV design and appealing to a wider audience.
3. Vacation Rental - The resort-inspired living trend represents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the vacation rental industry by offering more unique and customized experiences for guests.