Visiting the North Pole simply means one will experience the place’s extreme cold temperature. However, the 2-B-2 Architecture has designed an architectural structure called the Arctic Mobile to keep the North Pole visitors and residents alike warm. It has a solar battery and power generator that helps keep it users warm within 15 days. It has the ability to operate from -40 to +10C and can withstand strong winds of up to 85 km per hour. Inside the unit are a washroom, work and rest area, and a kitchen. Made of steel frame and clad with carbon panels and polyethylene, thermo-insulating membranes, the Arctic Mobile Unit can also be fold up for easy transportation.
Source: 2-B-2 Architecture via Inhabitat