For starters, the structure is situated in one of the most picturesque locations imaginable—it's built right next to the Okstindan glacier in northern Norway, accessible only by foot or ski. Good luck getting a car anywhere close. Well, actually, this thing might make it.
Its sleek and simple diagonal shape is not merely for show; it's positioned in such a way that heavy wind and snow will whip around it without causing damage. Additionally, the two chimneys are not arbitrarily placed; they're meant to mimic the topography of the nearby mountaintops. Can you see it?
And, if for any reason weather does do some damage, there's a much smaller secondary rescue hut to hide out in for the night. Nothing like a good backup plan when you're hundreds of miles from civilization.