- 7’x7’hot room. (7′ tall ceiling = 343 cubic feet. Optimal size, from sauna professionals in Finland).
- 12’x 16′ overall building.
- 8’x8′ additional/optional Alaska room (for cold climate settings, such that snow and boots can be left to warm/melt/dry: radiant heat floor).
- 12’x10′ screen porch. (for four season climate settings, such that bugs need not apply).
- 26’x10′ deck.
Not all of us have this kind of space or are willing to build to this scale. Yet above offers many features for decades of awesome sauna enjoyment.
- Alaska room: we leave our clothes, and the conventional world behind.
- Changing room: ample space for temperate cool downs, vistas out the front window, interaction with hot room (via candle window), easy access to screen room as bonus space.
- Screen room: perfect cool down zone for those perfect 40f misty wet with rain sauna days.
- Front deck: generous space for relaxation in nature.
All these zones flow together. No steps. Same level. We relax and listen to our bodies as we navigate ourselves through these different spaces.