A mökki is a Finnish cabin, nowadays mostly used as a holiday facility, but earlier often functioned as small living space for hunters and forest dwellers (e.g. “erämökki” = wilderness cabin).
In summer 2015, I transformed an old rusty 1992 Fiat Ducato into a livable camper van, which would be my home and working space for two months, while I traveled through the entire country of Finland. The interior was made from leftover materials I had found around my university in Helsinki; and other parts I bought in the numerous second hand stores in the city of Helsinki. Every element was based on the style of the typical Finnish mökki, meaning a lot of wood, colorful patterned textiles, and keeping things simple. The mobile mökki provided all basic necessities and was very multifunctional: During the day it is a living and working space, and during the night it transforms into a comfy sleeping room, with a spacious double bed.
Find out more about the project here: https://piagrueter.carbonmade.com/projects/6000644#1