The Arctic Mobile Unit By 2-B-2 Architecture

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.

Arctic Mobile Unit

Arctic Mobile Unit

Arctic Mobile Unit

Arctic Mobile Unit

Arctic Mobile Unit

Arctic Mobile Unit

Source: 2-B-2 Architecture via Inhabitat


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