Igloos sure seem the definitive dwelling that I’d like to own. And although I’d preferably like to build one of those ice-igloos, I’d settle for the Igloo Satellite Cabin any day. The Igloo Satellite Cabin has been designed for remote areas – as in exploration and research – and with its fiberglass credentials seems safe for the toughest of environments. In its basic form, the Igloo Satellite Cabin measures 3m across and 2.1m high, and consists of 8 wall panels and 4 floor panels, tethered to the ground by 8 wire tie-down lines. The Igloo Satellite Cabin has polyurethane insulation and shockproof windows adding to its habitability. For larger families, this dwelling comes with an option of adding extension panels; increasing its length by up to six meters. Coming in all sorts of colors, this cabin is designed to stand the test of time.
Not many of us would claim to have seen an Igloo Satellite Cabin in person, and yet these have been in use for over 25 years now. Remarkable!
The Igloo Satellite Cabin can be quite a boon for inhabitants of extreme weather conditions. It is also well-suited for the promotion of eco-tourism. Find out pricing and ordering details at Icewall One’s page.