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Sustainable cabin life, anywhere you want

The winners of the competition to win the Nolla cabin blueprints have now been selected. The competition acquired a lot of entries, and we were able to witness amazing pictures and stories from around the globe. We want to thank everyone who participated in our competition.

We are glad to see so many sharing our values and taking part in the initiative of making the world a cleaner place to live through the ideal of a simple lifestyle with minimal to no emissions.

Winners of the Nolla cabin blueprints

12 people from around the world were selected as the winners of the Nolla cabin blueprints. The winners got selected based on their entry picture and explanation of what they would use the cabin for.

The 12 winners are:

 

@puusepanverstasvaaksa

Jouni Vidqvist

Location: Finland

@dillon_3_7

Dillon Behling

Location: USA, California

@miatheodor_miahmiumiu

Maria Hammarén

Location: Finland

@chrisgraham101

Chris Graham

Location: USA, New York

@iamkevindiamond

Kevin Diamond

Location: Virgin Islands

@vakantiehuis_le_marche_italy

Floortje Geuze

Location: Italy

@tinylivingdesing

Maja Fodermeyer

Location: Germany

@janelle_pietrzak

Janelle Pietrzak

Location: USA, California

@superhelden.papa

Matthias Guett

Location: Portugal

@onelovebocasdeltoro

David Duguid

Location: Panama

@monster.rally

Yelene Sophia

Location: USA, California

@johncederquist

John Cederquist

Location: Sweden

What is Nolla?

Nolla cabin is a prototype of a sustainable summer cottage, developed by Neste. The design of the Nolla cabin, envisioned by Robin Falck, is focused on minimizing CO2 emissions. Nolla is a part of Neste’s ongoing Journey to Zero concept that aims to bring the world closer to carbon-neutral living.

The Nolla cabin experiments and explores how we could live on less, whilst spending more time enjoying the nature around us. It aims to challenge and inspire visitors to live with a minimal footprint and give the chance to experience the results first hand.

Read more: Meet Robin Falck – the designer behind the Nolla cabin

Build your own Nolla cabin

The design of the cabin was kept minimal and sustainable solutions were put into place wherever possible. We suggest using the following building materials:

Timber
In the Nolla cabin, namely spruce beams and pine veneer were used.

Screws
The cabin can be taken apart and put back together like a puzzle.

Solar panels
The solar panels absorb sunlight as a source of energy.

A mirrored surface on the other side of the roof
The surface reflects heat and helps create a cool space inside.

Polycarbonate for the window of the cabin
Fossil crude oil based feedstock can be replaced by Neste renewable feedstock in the production of polycarbonates.

Wallas stove (for cooking and heating)
The stove runs entirely on Neste MY Renewable Diesel™, made 100% from waste and residue.

The estimated price for the materials is approximately 10 000 €, not taking into account local variations in material costs.

Our partners helping us build the Nolla Cabin

We have embarked on a journey towards a carbon neutral future. However, it takes more than one to reach zero. Together with our partners, Neste will explore new ideas and steer the world towards a better future.