studio: Olson Kundig’s Single-Room Gulf Islands Cabin is a Minimalist Retreat in British Columbia Gulf Islands Cabin-Olson Kundig Architects – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
A big sauna with a huge window looking out on the forest and the outdoor hot tub that's big enough for many people to warm up from the cold. This could also be used as a cold pool for dunking after sweating in the sauna.
"Nido" - A tiny cabin space by the Finnish designer Robin Falck. This tiny cabin is fully functional at just under 100 square feet out in the middle of the woods. This small space features a micro-kitchen and upper sleep/storage space.
The entrance to the smoke sauna door. The door handle is a moose antler. Note the birch whisk (vihta) hanging on the wall, with which to smote oneself! In the heat of the sauna, the vihta produces a wonderful herbal smell.