Canada has long and cold winters – this is not news. Finland, Russia, and Germany also have substantial winters but they have a secret weapon in surviving them …. SAUNA BATHING and the warm culture that surrounds it!
The Lost Faucet is a contemporary, sauna house set to open in the Comox Valley Winter 2019/2020. A public sauna house is sauna-centered space to relax, socialize and sweat. The Lost Faucet offers traditional in-sauna, heat-bathing activities such as venik (wafting with birch or oak-branch bundles) and complimentary Aufguss (wafting aroma vapour with a towel). It is a departure from the high-end expensive spa and is instead an informal and classic space for clients to sweat in a maximally hot (85-90ºC), sauna, cool off (in showers, buckets and misters), and rest and relax in a lounge area. Out of sauna self-administered services include facials, body exfoliation, foot soaks and refreshments. It is a casual and choice-driven experience.
A public sauna for the everyday!
The Lost Faucet is inspired by a number of different sauna models – but if you’d like to check out some examples of similar models to The Lost Faucet Sauna House follow these links:
Loyly (Portland OR) https://loyly.net/
Banya 5 (Seattle, WA) https://www.banya5.com/facility
Hot Sauna Sauna (Edmonton, AB) https://www.hotstonessauna.com/
The Oak Leaf (Calgary, AB) http://www.oakleafclub.ca/gallery.html?subGalleryID=9
The Art of Sauna (Burnaby, BC) https://artofsauna.ca/
Vladimirskie Bani (Toronto, ON) https://saunatoronto.ca/
Kaiser Friedrich Therme (Wiesbaden, DE) https://www.wiesbaden.de/microsite/mattiaqua/kaiser-friedrich-therme/content/bildergalerie.php