Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob SweereOccupying a small space in the vast expanse of the icy uummannaq island high above the arctic circle in greenland are dutch artist rob sweere‘s set of sled habitats. the two sculptural dwellings that make up his ‘sledge-project’ are pictured parked in the chilly landscape, yet they are movable units, able to be towed by draft animal over the sea-ice. each snowmobile accomadates 6 people, is insulated, and can be used for sitting, cooking and sleeping.
In above photo: irregular in shape and construction, the mobile units situate in the icy field
Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere
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the two wooden structures that make up ‘sledge-project’

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

the interior of the sleigh habitats

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

a door opens leading to the interior

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

view from the inside looking out to the landscape

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

the interior is fitted with a table and wooden benches

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

each sled accommodates about six people

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

overlooking the icy waters

Small Space Nomadic Sled Habitats by Rob Sweere

transparent portholes reveal the landscape
via designboom

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