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Robin Falck's Nolla Cabin Uses Renewable Energy to Curb Emissions

 - Aug 10, 2018
References: robinfalck & tuvie
Our modern lifestyles can be quite detrimental to the planet, so the Nolla Cabin offers eco-conscious individuals with a way to break the shackles of urban life and focus on sustainability. Powered by renewable energy, the cabin offers 10 square meters of interior living space that makes it perfect for two people to comfortably live when they're looking to get away for a weekend or perhaps reside longterm.

The cabin has been designed by Robin Falck and is located on the island of Vallisaari off the coast of Helsinki in Finland and has a design that could be easily transported to a new location when desired. The Nolla Cabin acknowledges a newfound preference for nature-oriented getaways as consumers seek to avoid cities during their holidays.