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Tiny home builder bringing people back to nature

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – Reconnecting people with nature is Jacob Bunde’s essential goal.

“I wanted to do it in a way that wouldn’t take away from the outdoors. I wanted to get people to enjoy that in comfort. Not everybody likes mosquitos and critters, I wanted to let everybody enjoy the beauty that comfort but does not take away from the landscape. That’s why I wanted to create a very minimal concept that will fit in very well whether it is a mountain side or the plains and add to that aesthetic and leave a very minimal ecological footprint on the space,” mentioned Jacob.

As an architect by commerce for the final 20 years, he’s at present vice chairman of structure for Empire Companies. However, the start of the pandemic impressed him to create Outpost.

“I’m in awe of Jacob’s ability to design and create. The man never stops working. Because of his background as an architect and design along with his interest in modern and minimalistic living, this concept of outpost came to be,” mentioned his spouse and co-founder of Outpost Kelly Bunde.

“This is much different than your average tiny home. I took those same materials that I used in the hospitals that I use here,” mentioned Jacob.

At 9 toes large, by 9 toes tall, and 14 toes lengthy, outpost provides a one-bedroom or lecture room and a toilet absolutely furnished and designed.

With a number of fashions of outpost properties, Jacob can customise each one intimately and never fear about laws.

“The more I got into it with people, the more I realized that tiny homes and campers and shipping containers aren’t allowed in most cities, most jurisdictions, and most conveniences. So I designed mine to fit within that box that can fit within those regulations,” mentioned Jacob.

“They allow people to disconnect. That’s something that I really enjoy doing on vacation, is unplugging,” mentioned Bunde.

Jacob challenges the thought of what a residing area must be and encourages people to return to nature.

“I’m hoping this can really help more people get out, more people enjoy, do it in comfort, and really have a great experience,” mentioned Jacob.

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