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Finnish Sauna by a Lake

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 19, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Julie last modified Jun 18, 2012

The Scandinavian devotion to the sauna is well documented: this Nordic hot house, devised by UK-based Denizen Works for a family in Finland, has the added appeal of portability. Made from locally sourced timber and recycled windows, the structure cost less than $6,000 to build; during the winter months, it can be towed out onto the frozen lake aboard a wooden raft. During the warmer months, it sits on the land, perched atop removable concrete blocks. To see additional photos and to read more about the project, go to Dezeen . Photographs by Tiina Tervo . Above: The building sits on removable concrete supports. Above: A view onto the lake. Above: A narrow window offers a view of the lake beyond. Above: A sleek glass door adds a note of modernity to the structure. N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on February 22, 2012.






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