The Nolla cabin in Finland has been making headlines worldwide as an exemplar of sustainable living. Built in 2018, the A-framed structure was designed by Robin Falck and fitted out with innovations developed by Neste. Energy inside the cabin is supplied from solar panels, with a Wallas stove – powered by Neste MY Renewable Diesel™ – ‘fuel made 100% from waste and residue raw materials’ providing the cooking and heating facilities. To roll out this sustainable vision to other parts of the world a dozen blueprints are up for grabs, to allow 12 people the opportunity to replicate the cabin where they are.
“The way we travel has a direct impact on our emissions and sustainability. Sharing the blueprints is a sustainable way to bring this design to larger audiences,” said Robin Falck, the designer of the Nolla cabin.
For a chance to win, ‘post a picture of a scenery you wish to enjoy out of the unique triangular window on Instagram using the hashtag #mynolla along with a short explanation of what you would use the cabin for’. Building time is between 2 to 7 days and materials must be arranged by the winners.