Nomad Sauna was a cross-disciplinary mix of environmental art, architecture, sociology and survival on top of the frozen Røssvatnet Lake (March 2012) up in the Scandinavian mountains near Mo i Rana in Norway.
The nomad citizens come from the environmental art masters class of the Aalto University in Finland, from Lund University Department of Sustainable Urban Design in Sweden, from Madrid European University Department of Architecture, from Bauhaus University Department of Fine Arts in Germany and from Université Libre de Bruxelles Faculté d’architecture La Cambre–Horta in Belgium backed up with the local collage of construction experts from Mosjøen in Norway and the Varntresk community.
Røssvatnet Lake, Varntresk community, Norway
Aalto University Environmental Art Master Program, Finland
Lund University Department of Sustainable Urban Design, Sweden
Madrid European University Department of Architecture, Spain
Bauhaus University Department of Fine Art, Germany
Université Libre de Bruxelles. Faculté d’architecture La Cambre -Horta, Belgium
Construction Workshop leaders:
Marco Casagrande / Aalto University Environmental Art
Hans-Petter Bjørnådal / Bjørnådal arkitektstudio
Jan Tyrpekl, Assistant / Liberec University Faculty of Architecture
Kindly supported by:
Community: Hattfjelldal Munincipality