Solar Egg Public sauna

Amanda Wennö

Architecture, Building and Structure Design Solar Egg Public sauna by Amanda Wennö The egg shape seeks to symbolize rebirth and new opportunities at the start of Kiruna’s urban transformation, a project that involves the relocation of entire city districts in response to ground subsidence caused by decades of iron ore mining. The temporary and traveling egg-shaped sauna is covered in stainless steel mirrors with titanium, gold-colour coating. It is only five meters tall and accommodates a handful of punters. Its interior is made from pine and aspen, and the sculptural oven in the center has been webbed from local iron and stones.


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