No shops. No people. No worries. Located in Norway's Arctic archipelago, the Fordypningsrommet Fleinvaer Cabins are a real escape from everyday life. The island is comprised of nine "houses," only four of which are meant for sleeping. A tower house serves as a site for inspiration and is joined by dedicated structures for the kitchen, studio, sauna, and bath. There's also a cave near the sauna's pier that can be slept in, and in total there's enough room for up to 12 people or way more than you should probably bring along if you're looking to take full advantage of the solitude.
Photos: Kathrine Sørgård & Fredrik Asplin / Fordypningsrommet