70% of the Earth consists of water, but less than 1% of it is available for human consumption. The Nolla cabin, which features no running water, challenges us to consider how much water do we actually need?
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Artist SAARA was the first one to experience the minimalistic luxury living at the Nolla cabin. See how she liked her emission-free visit in the Finnish archipelago.
Whilst commodities have been kept to a minimum at the Nolla cabin, the one luxury it can boast with is time. Vallisaari is the perfect environment to unwind – just the spot for forgetting schedules and responsibilities, and enjoying sweet idleness instead.
A plant-based diet, self-sufficiency and sustainable choices at the grocery store are easy steps towards more responsible eating. In addition to our own well-being, the environment benefits from our responsible decisions. Take a look at our tips for ecological eating at home and at the Nolla cabin.
When exploring ways to build a world with minimal emissions, clean energy solutions play a crucial role. For the Nolla cabin, located in the delicate archipelago, solar panels and renewable diesel were the ideal choice.
Finnish zero waste influencer Otso “Nollahukka” Sillanaukee will be consulting Nolla cabin visitors on sustainability
Otso Sillanaukee is a zero waste blogger and studies Creative Sustainability at the Aalto University. His practical guide to zero waste living, Zero Waste (S&S), was published last spring. Next, Otso will be advising the cabin’s first guest Sara Forsberg or SAARA, as she attempts to live with minimal emissions and waste at the Nolla cabin.
The first visitor of the Nolla cabin is used to adapting to peculiar situations. Singer, vlogger and speaker Sara Forsberg, rose to fame after publishing a video, where she speaks over ten different languages in an astonishingly authentic manner, while actually speaking complete gibberish. Since then, Sara has made a diverse career in the fields of music and entertainment.
Reducing the carbon footprint of our homes’ decor is easy with small, everyday choices. Decor of the Nolla cabin was hand-picked from the Stockmann Sustainable Collection, where sustainable materials, local origin and quality play a key role.
Finnish designer Robin Falck designed the Nolla cabin, but would he live in it? Read on to discover more about the design process and ideology behind creating a lasting, sustainable design that brings its visitors closer to nature.
With Journey to Zero, Neste is exploring ways to build a world with minimal emissions. As the first lap of the journey, the Nolla cabin has been designed and built on the ideal of clean living close to nature. But what other thoughts have been embedded into the structures of this grand design?
Vallisaari, the most biologically diverse island in the Helsinki metropolitan area, is home to hundreds of plant and animal species and has witnessed an exciting leg of Finnish history. Next, the island will take on something of the future: the Nolla cabin.