Here is how he made it:
He had a Vauxhall Comb trailer to start. He had modified it as a towable cabin before and he thought it would be nice to have a sauna inside it.
Isnt much to look at, is it?
First things first! It was given a good cleaning job.
A portion of the body was removed from the front for installing the heating chimney because smoke plus steam isnt a good idea.
An exhaust system was attached to let out the fumes into the air.
Now wood panels were cut for the redoing the walls.
Now this is a classic sauna look.
It was also heavily insulated to keep the heat in.
Since it was being towed, there was no need for a fuel pump. A shower pump replaced it for good measure.
Thats what you need after a heavy session of sauna bathing.
The water tank was attached at the bottom of the van. You can attach it somewhere else too.
The showerhead could be appended to the outside of the van. The piping runs along the inside of the van but doesnt get problematic.
Now he can lay the laminated flooring.
He also installed a speaker system to jam out in his sauna.
Seating as expected was built over the wheel wells.
They also included space for logs to be fed into the combustion chamber.
Now the installed a vintage wood-based Husqvarna stove inside the van. It was cleaned and painted before it was to be installed.
Here is the stove attached to the exhaust system in the middle of the cabin.
And our portable sauna is complete! Now you can relax anywhere you want. The cabin can be towed along difficult tracks as well so it will be a unique luxury that only a few people can have.