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Norwegian Company Invents “Winter House” for Fishermen

Designed by (Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter), the small shelter for ice fishing, titled ‘Noun.1 Unavailability’, is built with and by nature. The timber frame is foldable for easy relocation and storage, and is effortlessly put up anywhere by one person in 30 seconds. 

The walls of the house are made of chicken wire and lake water turning into ice.

The ice panels function as a first skin against the harsh winter winds, creating a pocket of heated air and tranquility, as the cold light of the setting sun is diffused through the frozen water. If you light a candle in the house, from the outside it would seem like a big lantern. 

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