Original Fairytale Sauna in Russia

Building separate little houses for bath procedures is very common in Russia. However, architectural studio Artecology led by Russian architect Andrey Bugaev created a fairytale sauna on a seemingly fairytale land. According to the designers, the walls of this unusual dwelling are made of larch logs which are 280 mm in diameter. Larch wood is extremely resistant to moisture, strong and very pleasant to look at. In order to protect this material in the decades to come, all the treatments used in the process of building the hut or as the Russians would say Izbushka, are natural and totally harmless. Read more: http:freshome.com20141029charming-details-exhibited-by-original-fairytale-sauna-in-russia#ixzz3HYtMeyAo

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