What good is a cabin in the cold when there’s no jacuzzi involved? Perhaps we are exaggerating or simply too enthralled by Koto’s envy-inducing Wood-Fired Hot Tub, which transforms any of the design firm’s sustainable oases into a full-on retreat.
The hospitality company utilizes tried-and-true spa elements to construct the latest product in its Elements range, basing it around a granite-treated tub, Thermo wood cladding coated in its signature shade of black, and a tantalized timber subframe for longevity’s sake. It is also equipped with paint-treated stainless steel banding to promote fixed insulation. Additional stainless steel elements include its chimney, boiler, and set of buttons.
Amenity-wise, the incredibly sleek hot tub boasts a whisper-like hydro massage system and warm LED lights to further serenity tenfold. While we’re accustomed to KOTO striving to keep things sustainable while helping you make the most of your getaway, the U.K.-bred band of designers often do so through streamlined, Scandinavian-inspired cabins and luxury homes. Of course, these efforts have always been admirable, but this new release takes that to a whole other level.
Don’t limit yourself to sharing a hot tub with a bunch of random people at your local spa, and take a look at Koto’s Wood-Fired Hot Tub, available on its website now for £6,250 (~$7,401).