Gartnerfuhlen is a recetnly formed Norwegian architectonic group, which created a truly unusual project – a portable single person fishing hut, characteristic by walls of ice. The whole construction, resembling a traditional house with a saddle roof, is made of wood, enabling its mobility. A single person is able to carry the hut around and the construct it under one minute. The walls and the roof are empty during the transport, but once constructed, they are filled with snow, which gradually turns into ice.
During the summer, climbing plants and vines can be used to grow around the framework and literally merge the hut with the nature. It also has little stilts, which are buried into snow and raise the hut above the cold ground. The inner space, large enough for a single adult, offers shelter from the cold winds. Since the walls are transparent, in the candle-lit evening the whole hut reminds of a large lantern.