This tiny sauna cabin is a guest post by Sam Pellisier
Hi Alex (and Tiny House Newsletter subscribers), I thought you may appreciate the tiny sauna cabin we designed and built here in Cape Town, South Africa.
Obviously, this concept can easily be enlarged slightly to make for a cute hobbit-like home. The whole structure and decks were constructed with hardwood Eucalyptus, milled from trees cut in the area, cured and machined.
The roof shingles are from the same wood. Shower made from flat bottom canoe, cut in half from the Okavango delta in Botswana. All in all with electricity, plumbing etc., the project cost lees than $6000. A fun project, from start to finish – and a happy client! The most rewarding – from tree to structure. Please enjoy and re-share below.
Tiny Sauna Cabin and Outdoor Shower in South Africa
Images © Sam Pellissier/The Barn Sawmill