What would it not be wish to dwell completely on renewable power options? With a minimal quantity of recent commodities? Producing a minimal carbon footprint and emissions? To reply these questions, we created a compelling house, the place individuals might expertise a extra sustainable way of life: the Nolla cabin.
Positioned on Vallisaari, one of the vital numerous islands within the Helsinki archipelago, Nolla is a
compelling house for easy dwelling within the realm of nature – but within the instant proximity of the
Helsinki metropolis centre.
Designed by Robin Falck and constructed out of Finnish timber, the Nolla cabin is a compact and fully cell 9m2 dwelling, that may be assembled, dissembled and transported with out heavy equipment or leaving traces in its environment.
Nolla demonstrates trendy options for a low-impact day by day life, that’s based mostly on self-sufficiency and renewable options – thus producing minimal to no emissions. The cabin features completely on renewable power and excludes most trendy commodities.