I would definitely consider a good sauna a gift from the heavens. I absolutely hate the cold. I can only imagine the bone chilling temperatures of this is Georgian Bay island, which can plummet to -30° Celsius, would make you appreciate a sauna even more. Creating a sauna to make your life more bearable is one thing. Creating an amazingly beautiful and spacious work of art… That is a work of genius. By utilizing cutting-edge software and fabrication technologies, this masterpiece was created. 3D digital modeling allowed this Georgian Bay grotto to be placed on a cliff side overlooking Georgian Bay with a large window to open your view to breathtaking sunsets. This creation offers sophisticated style that creates an out of this world sanctuary for visitors. And quite frankly, makes me wish I had a truck full of money to replicate the same type of Georgian Bay grotto in my area.
Look at this beautiful super sauna tucked away into the cliff side of the banks of Georgian Bay.
They started with a pre-fabrication diagram using 3D digital modeling to ensure a proper fit to the location selected for the sauna.
To aide in the assembly process, the shell was put together off site and transported to the final location.
As you can see, high-tech machinery makes the beauty of this sauna come to life.
Stacks of individually labelled, fabricated pieces waiting for transport and final assembly.
The exterior hides the brilliance of design that lies inside.
An absolutely amazing design that came together so well. This coupled with the breathtaking view, I would never want to leave.
The heaven-sent heating stones help you forget the chilling cold on the other side of the glass.
The dramatic curves are a welcoming change from the harsh boxy saunas that I have grown accustomed to.
A view from the other side shows the smaller window that reveals the rocky cliff outside.
The skylight allows a good amount of natural light to help you with your feelings of warmth and comfort.
A beautiful side view as the sun slides across the sky and begins to set.
This side by side photo accentuates the drastic difference between the interior and exterior. One is blocky and abrasive while the other is sleek, smooth and comforting.
The rooftop deck gives little indication of the beauty that lies beneath.
It appears to have taken a lot of planning as well as skilled labor to make this Georgian Bay grotto a reality. The final product is a magnificent, functional piece of art that was well worth the efforts put into its production. After viewing these pictures and watching the video, I am sure that you in the same situation I am, filled with envy and left wanting.