SAUNA


Wood is a versatile raw material and the only renewable construction material. Wooden structures are usually characterised by a combination of different components that together deliver the best possible load-bearing capacity, thermal, acoustic and moisture insulation, fire resistance and a long service life.
Increasing the proportion of wood in construction can facilitate a reduction in the use of other construction materials, such as concrete, steel and brick. These construction materials don’t come from renewable raw materials, they require a great deal of energy for their production and they entail higher emissions of carbon dioxide.*

ZOME No4
SAUNA










The drawings represent the type of Zome cabin that can vary in size, number and type of glass openings, thickness of insulation etc. This is a custom made sauna, it is 3.50 m high and has an area of 4.41 square meters. It is geometricaly the simplest Zome which can be used as a bungalow or an office. The cabin is placed on adjustable pillars (which are embedded into the ground) so it doesn’t touch the ground and can be easily leveled. There are diferent possibilities for creating an interior space, even if it is only under 5 square meters on the ground, the area expands with height. Assembly can be done in 3-4 days by 3 workers, it can be easily disassembled and reassembled.