The integration of indoor infrared saunas into American home spa design represents a significant architectural trend that prioritizes affordability, functionality, and wellness. As architects, it's essential to stay abreast of these evolving trends and explore innovative ways to incorporate wellness features into our designs.
The Sauna Place
Completion of the new wellness centre of the Aurora Spa in Třeboň. Create a clear space, with a logical orientation. Use natural and believable materials. Draw on the history of the main building of the baths. The new Spa building in Třeboň needed all of that, but above all the active involvement of the architects.
Sauna World in Třeboň
Plus One Architects
Lázeňská 1001, 379 01 Třeboň, Czech Republic
wa_sauna, a motor-powered, floating sauna, explores ideas of community, journey, and retreat. Following in the tradition of saunas as a place for gathering, wa_sauna provides a place for friends and the community to share a unique experience on the water. Boaters and kayakers can venture out and tie off to the surrounding deck.
Seattle, Washington, USA
TYYNI SAUNA is a outdoor pre-made sauna designed by architect Piotr Gniewek from TYYNI STUDIO and introduced by finnish company New Sauna. It could be delivered by a truck and installed with no groundworks.
TYYNI SAUNA Collection
Big Branzino is a floating sauna designed by Thomas Sandell and Johan Strandlund at Swedish architecture firm sandellsandberg architects. It can travel at a speed of five knots and is bespoke built to enjoy saunas and entertain guests in the beautiful nature of the Stockholm archipelago.
Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden
Filip Gränström, Creativeflipp
Looking to add some relaxing, invigorating warmth to your home? A home sauna may be just what you need! At its core, a home sauna is simply a small room or space that is heated and used for therapeutic purposes. Whether you're looking to soothe sore muscles or release stress after a long day, there are many important things to know about home sauna...
Le Littoral Residence in La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada is a luxury tourist residence with a majestic view of the St. Lawrence river designed by Canadian architecture firm Architecture49.
La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada