What do we really need – to live and to feel at home? For the founders of vagabundo Luca Knipp, Michael Leitner and Andreas Müllner, the answer to this question is their mobile Tiny House. The young entrepreneurs want to redefine living in a small space: less space for more freedom. Maximum living space on two floors with a minimum ecological footprint. Regional materials such as wood and resource-saving production are intended to protect the environment. This fits perfectly with KALDEWEI’s design and sustainability standards and the material advantages of recyclable steel enamel, which the bathroom manufacturer has almost perfected over the years. The two corporate philosophies formed a “perfect match” right from the start.
With the combination of sustainability and design in the concept, some experts see the Tiny House as a new “epitome of modern luxury”. That is why KALDEWEI products also fit perfectly into the bathrooms of the smaller home. With the MIENA washbowl and the SUPERPLAN ZERO shower designed by Werner Aisslinger, the bathrooms are equipped with premium products made of recyclable steel enamel and, in addition to comfort, also offer durability and great resilience. Vagabundo made a conscious decision to use KALDEWEI products because the responsible use of the resources of our planet is also a top priority for the Westphalian sanitary company.
“KALDEWEI was our partner of choice for the bathroom right from the start. Minimalism, elegance and quality were essential for us, as the focus of our Tiny House is precisely based on this criteria.”
Luca Knipp, Michael Leitner and Andreas Müllner, founders of vagabundo Tiny Houses