Along with a group of fourteen other Design Products students from the Royal College of Art, we drove to the woods with as much timber as we could salvage from the 2014 graduation show to create a series on on-site structures.
The treehouse sauna was built in just five days and features a wood burning stove to heat a collection of stones taken from the river. The stove was built from an old steel bin and milk urn. The team also salvaged a large glass panel from a barn on the property and restored wooden floor tiles that once lined a local church.
Photography by Rike Glaser.