Sweden refreshes guests in glass ‘chillout cabins’

Sep 14, 2017, 7:13 AM EDT
(Source: Visit Sweden)
(Source: Visit Sweden)

In its quest to explore nature’s potency in curing stress, Sweden is experimenting by housing five “stressed” professionals for 72 hours in beautiful glass-enclosed “chillout cabins” on a serene island.

The case study, named The 72 Hour Cabin, scrutinizes and measures how an individual’s physical and mental well-being is affected by the freedom to roam, writes Inhabitat.

The project, which lets the visitors hike, fish, cook, swim, and relish verdant local expanses, seeks to acquaint the world with the bond that the Swedes share with Mother Nature, notes Whimn