Let’s face reality, right now people are living big cities for suburbs or countryside. New York is emptying out and with all this ‘Covid / New Normal’ life and the stress of the virus in urban life, we see a strong emphasizes on a return to nature. That’s why the lovely sustainable Nolla Cabin (or micro-home) created by Finnish designer Robin Falck is a great sustainable (and cheap) alternative to the city!
Low-Impact + Urban Camping Experience with the Nolla Cabin
The cabin functions entirely on renewable energy and excludes most modern commodities. The cabin itself is a compact and entirely mobile 10m 2 dwelling, that can be assembled, dissembled and transported without any heavy machinery. It demonstrates a low-impact daily life, that is based on self-sufficiency and renewable solutions – thus generating minimal to no emissions.
The cabin structures has been fastened together with screws, so it can be taken apart and put back together like a puzzle. The pedestals are adjustable, so that the cabin can adapt to different kinds of terrain. In essence, there are no special parts used in building it – a replica of any part can be made from scratch by anyone, all they need is wood.
Located on Vallisaari, one of the most diverse islands in the Helsinki archipelago, the Nolla cabin is being rented via Airbnb, but it’s always fully booked 🙁