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  • Lupe Carroll

    Shipping Container Homes: The Sauna Box, Castor Design, - Canada - Shipping Container #interior design #home designs #luxury house design #home interior #living room design|

  • Ginger Eubank

    Talk about thinking outside-the-box: This traditional wood-burning sauna is built into a shipping container. Complete with solar power and a wood-fired stove, the Sauna Box comes standard with iPod stereo speakers, electric guitar hook-up, castor stool, magnetic truck light, and bronzed antlers.

  • Harmony Rose

    Not a tiny house, but could be - or be expanded on. Nice example of a shipping container being used for useable space.

  • TreeHugger

    Sauna Box for the backyard or cabin!

  • Jeoffrey Kochem

    Residential Architecture: Sauna Box by Castor Canadensis – Shipping Container Transformed into a Sauna: “..canadian design studio castor canadensis have re-envisioned a common shipping container with more of a luxurious quality – the ‘sauna box’ - and is now available for purchase at the modest price of $41,000 (US). the ‘sauna box’ was created as a traditional wood-burning steam bath to embody multiple features - it is water tight; can be moved to any location; needs very little site preparatio

  • Pearlie Johnson

    Shipping Container Homes: The Sauna Box, Castor Design, - Canada - Shipping Container #home decorating #home interior design 2012 #home design ideas #home design|

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a good old sauna. Finlandia the woods, heated up by a wood burner instead of electricity, with a nearby lake to take a skinny dip in,with a good cold beer to sip,... haaaaa could go right now.

That sure is one beautiful sauna and with a view to envy.

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