The Nolla Cabin Becomes A Small Home On An Island In Finland

Robin Falck has designed a modern wood and mirrored cabin, that's located in the Finnish archipelago, on the Vallisaari island. #Cabin #ModernCabin #Design #Architecture

 

Finnish renewable energy company Neste has created the Nolla cabin, a prototype of a zero emission housing you can erect anywhere – with no traces left behind.

The Nolla (zero) cabin, designed by Finnish designer Robin Falck, is located just outside Helsinki city center, on Vallisaari island.

 

Robin Falck has designed a modern wood and mirrored cabin, that's located in the Finnish archipelago, on the Vallisaari island. #Cabin #ModernCabin #Design #Architecture


The cabin has been built from sustainable materials and is designed for a simple lifestyle with minimal to no emissions, taking into account the surrounding nature in every respect.


Robin Falck has designed a modern wood and mirrored cabin, that's located in the Finnish archipelago, on the Vallisaari island. #Cabin #ModernCabin #Design #Architecture


Inside the cabin, the furnishings have been kept minimal. The energy supply of the cabin is entirely renewable; electricity is generated by solar panels, whilst the Wallas stove, reserved for cooking and heating, runs entirely on Neste MY Renewable Diesel, made 100% from waste and residue.


Robin Falck has designed a modern wood and mirrored cabin, that's located in the Finnish archipelago, on the Vallisaari island. #Cabin #ModernCabin #Design #Architecture

The Nolla cabin was executed in collaboration with Fortum, Wallas and Stockmann, and is part of the Journey to Zero project by Neste.

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