In Malma, Sweden, the Mill House was designed and constructed as a modest vacation getaway where its inhabitants can indulge in the Swedish traditions of bathing and the sauna. Designed by architecture firm Wingardhs, the space is dominated by the sauna and requisite dressing/undressing areas. Water is a recurring theme throughout, with ponds bordering all sides of the home, and a pool for post-sauna bathing at the rear. Traditional Japanese design permeates both the interior and exterior of the home, with sliding glass doors, wood clad walls, and a translucent gable at one end of the bedroom. Dining and sleeping functions take a backseat in this vacation abode, which promises to provide its owners with as much tranquility as they desire.