Simple and stress-free summer living.
South Karelia, Finland
The Karelian sauna is designed for a large family as a summer house on the eastern border of Finland. The cabin boasts a spacious sauna, a small living room, a changing room, and a cosy sleeping loft. Careful attention has been paid to every square meter of the space to ensure that summer living is simple and stress-free.
Constructed using reclaimed logs from a nearby demolished house, the exterior of the building is clad in charred black boards sawn from trees felled on the plot.
On the inside, the log frame is covered with light straw-clay plaster, which enhances the thermal insulation and acoustics of the walls, while also giving the interior a modern touch. Nestled on a sloping terrain, the sauna's roof is the first thing to notice upon arrival.
The green roof is covered with a municipality that can be moved from the site.
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