ESCAPE Homes, a builder of travel-ready tiny RV homes, has unveiled its newest “organic design” in the new ESCAPE One, according to a press release.

Highlighted by an exterior of Shou Sugi Ban (the Japanese technique of charred siding), the 276-square-foot tiny home on wheels features a sleeping loft and an interior that can translate into a number of uses for its owner. 

A large picture window draws the outdoors in and the pine kitchen features several space-saving elements including an under-counter refrigerator, hideaway sink and stove, and upper shelving.

The expansive first-floor area underneath the loft is ideal for an office, living area, bedroom or library. A built-in closet and pull-out drawers are incorporated into the stairs that lead to a second floor with five-foot ceilings and and a panorama of windows that open.

The bathroom features a 36-inch tub/shower, designer sink and toilet.  Other unit features and options include: queen, king or twin beds, flatscreen TV with Blu-ray, stone countertop, USB outlets, cellular shades and exterior shower.

ESCAPE One can sleep up to four people, is easily transported via its own trailer, and is built with high-efficiency insulation and climate control options that allow it to withstand extreme heat or cold. Power usage is minimal and ESCAPE One water, power and utility hook-up takes just minutes, enabling it to travel. 

ESCAPE One MSRP starts from $49,800. ESCAPE Homes is a member of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA).