Heat, Rinse, Repeat: A Sauna Hut in Sweden
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In Scandinavia, the ritual of sauna and bathing is a national pastime—a highly social and communal one, we might add. How could it not be? Sitting together intimately in close quarters, conversing about everything and nothing, followed by a quick group dip into an invigorating cold body of water. Repeat several times, have a night cap, and start over again the next day. Join us on a tour of an exemplary spa structure by Windgardhs. Images via Windgardhs, unless otherwise noted. Above: Annexed to an old farm in the countryside of Västra Karup, Sweden, the Mill House and its pool were designed by Swedish architecture firm Windgardhs , commissioned by a family from the nearby city of Malmö. Above: A succession of woven willow screens creates a path to the Mill House. Above: The sauna pavilion features an indoor/outdoor feel; image via Man Make Home . Above: The Mill House serves as a guest house to the main farm house; image via Coester . Above: The natural daylight connects the sauna to the exterior. Above: The guest house and sauna are nestled into the landscape.