Snowmen are great. Everyone loves a good snowman! But if you're expecting piles and piles of the white stuff this year, have a ton of free time on your hands, and want to make something truly cool, why not go all-out and construct an urban igloo?
These glowing, glorious igloos are the centerpiece of Kakslauttanen, Finland's Igloo Village. They do everything to keep you warm and pampered while offering a breathtaking view of the Northern sky.
Use these physics tips on how to build igloos, and you can become the most popular person during the new ice age!
It's a clichéd message, sure, but you've got to give Germany artist Ralf Schmerberg props for collecting 322 fridges to create this igloo. An attached electrical meter displays the energy waste to passersby, who can even pop inside.
Still snowed in? Well, go make an igloo! And here s a nifty way to do it: Grand Shelters Icebox is a tool used to mold your igloo, snow brick by snow brick, with a form attached to a pole.