Functional reclaimed art.
This timber framed sauna is built from local Kenai Peninsula rough cut spruce timbers, reclaimed cedar logs make the walls, and locally milled driftwood cedar decking. The cedar logs used in the walls was salvaged from the demo of a historic building that stood for decades at the base of the Homer Spit.
The spruce timbers are treated with fire in the style of shou sugi ban or yakisugi. Both terms for a traditional technique used in Japan to preserve wood. Read more about this fascinating process in the tab 'Shou Sugi Ban' linked above.
The structure is a completed frame awaiting finishing touches. It can be sold as is, and finished by yourself or contractor of your choice, or we can finish it for you according to your desires. It is built on skids and can be moved with relative ease, and we can help coordinate relocation as needed. It is located in Homer.
Please contact us with questions and to schedule a showing.