If you’ve ever considered a trip to Finland, or happen to live a carbon-footprint-free lifestyle, the best of both of those worlds have just joined forces in the form of Nolla, Finland’s first zero-waste cabin.
Located on the incredibly picturesque island of Vallisaari (a 20-minute boat ride away from Helsinki) this little gem is big on views and #designgoals and low on impact. The Nolla micro cabin is the brainchild of Finnish designer Robin Falck. Built entirely of sustainable materials, even the energy supply of the cabin is also entirely renewable, since the electricity is generated by solar panels, while the Wallas stove runs entirely on renewable diesel, made from waste and residue. And you can’t beat the breathtaking views of the archipelago from your camp-style bed.
Aside from the one-bedroom modern-meets-eco cabin being cute AF, there is one small factor: There’s no running water. Who needs a shower stall when you can bathe in the sea though? Glamping has never looked better.
Another reason to go? It can be easily found and booked on Airbnb for as low as $35 a night. Yes, really.