Whether you're search for the Antarctic city of the Elder Things or hunting flying reindeer at the North Pole, you'll want to stay cozy in this arctic mobile unit. This modular dwelling will keep you warm in the coldest climates.

Andrey Bondarenko of 2-B-2 Architecture designed the arctic mobile unit to aid researchers exploring the icier parts of the world. The unit, which can house inhabitants for up to 15 days, is powered by a solar battery and melts surrounding snow with a diesel generator. It can be folded up for easy transport and parts of the unit can be expanded to make more space. The minimalist quarters actually don't look too bad, but I'm still hoping for a drivable model that can transport itself across the frozen regions.

Arctic Mobile Unit Keeps North Pole Visitors Warm [Inhabitat]