The Arctic Circle has become the unlikely home to the world’s largest public sauna. Though the area is generally famous for its freezing temperatures, this latest development may just result in an image makeover.
The sauna is a pyramid shaped wooden structure that accommodates up to 150 people.
Called Agora, it was built for SALT – the world’s first Arctic arts festival on the remote Norwegian island of Sandhornøya.
Four large wood burning stoves provide heat for the sauna while the glass wall offers beautiful views.
The Agora doubles as an amphi-theatre and has a bar with a 100 person capacity.
[Via – Inhabitat]