5 People Will Spend 72 Hours In These Cabins To Study The Health Effects Of Living In Swedish Nature

As part of a new case-study that will investigate the effects on health of living in Swedish nature, "The 72 Hour Cabin" will launching on October 10th and five people with some of the most stressful jobs around the world will experience a 'close to nature' lifestyle that involves them staying in a little cabin for three days. #Cabin #Architecture #Design

Photography by Maja Flink

 

As part of a new case-study that will investigate the effects on health of living in Swedish nature, “The 72 Hour Cabin” will be launching on October 10th, and five people with some of the most stressful jobs from around the world will experience a ‘close to nature’ lifestyle that involves them staying in a little cabin for three days.

Each cabin is located on Henriksholm Island and has been designed by Jeanna Berger, an architecture student. Fridh & Hells Bygg AB Construction Company custom-built the cabins that are made from wood and glass to allow the occupant to be as close to nature as possible.


As part of a new case-study that will investigate the effects on health of living in Swedish nature, "The 72 Hour Cabin" will launching on October 10th and five people with some of the most stressful jobs around the world will experience a 'close to nature' lifestyle that involves them staying in a little cabin for three days. #Cabin #Architecture #Design

Photography by Maja Flink

The program was initiated by Visit Sweden, in collaboration with Turistrådet Västsverige (West Sweden Tourist Board), with the case-study developed by two leading researchers, Walter Osika and Cecilia Stenfors, from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, one of the world’s foremost medical universities.

You can find out more about the participants – here.

As part of a new case-study that will investigate the effects on health of living in Swedish nature, "The 72 Hour Cabin" will launching on October 10th and five people with some of the most stressful jobs around the world will experience a 'close to nature' lifestyle that involves them staying in a little cabin for three days. #Cabin #Architecture #Design

Photography by Maja Flink

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As part of a new case-study that will investigate the effects on health of living in Swedish nature, "The 72 Hour Cabin" will launching on October 10th and five people with some of the most stressful jobs around the world will experience a 'close to nature' lifestyle that involves them staying in a little cabin for three days. #Cabin #Architecture #Design
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