In the middle of Stockholm’s archipelago, a narrow pathway brings the visitors to a black box embedded in the rocks. Made of black granite (Negresco) and dark wood (Oak), this small sauna designed Italian-born architect Matteo Foresti is like a camera obscura, a little box drawn to shape the views of the beautiful landscape.
Inside of it, a monolithic stone bench faces the water through a large sliding window. On the back, a thick wall contains all the services: a small kitchen hidden behind the sliding doors and a bathroom illuminated by a skylight.
At night the small sauna resembles a lighthouse, a warm and cozy space illuminated from the inside.