IKEA has partnered with Vox Creative and tiny home builder Escape to create a sustainable tiny house on wheels. Josiah And Steph Photography Furniture giant IKEA collaborated with Vox Creative and tiny home builder Escape to produce a tiny house on wheels that could inspire environmental- and climate -friendly changes in the housing industry. "It was a natural pairing," Escape founder Dan Dobrowolski told Lonely Planet . "We feature many IKEA products in our various tiny home designs around the country as they mirror the renewable, reusable and recycled materials we incorporate into the actual structures." According to IKEA, the project’s goal is to prove "that anyone, anywhere can live a more sustainable life," reported Green Matters . As such, the model IKEA Tiny Home Project was created with that purpose in mind. The entire trailer unit is a 187-square-foot model filled with IKEA furniture, topped with roof solar panels and stocked with an on-demand RV water heater, Dwell reported. According to NBC , it runs on electric and allows for off-the-grid living. The tiny building also emits zero pollution, including carbon. In fact, the only emissions come from the trailer being towed. Manufactured structures are usually less wasteful […]

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