A compact size hamam with an ergonomic lounge, marble decor on the bench. The wall is decorated with illuminated onyx. The floor is decorated with a designer pano. A distinctive feature is the “Starry sky” with Swarovski crystals. Mosaic by Vidrepur (Spain).
A medium sized hamam with ergonomic seating, using marble on the benches. On the walls are arches with Onyx inserts. Pano on the wall. “Starry sky”.
Luxurious 2.0 x 2.0 m hammam using gold leaf in the form of mosaic tiles. Handmade pano.
In the conditions of space saving, there was a project for the joint use of the Hamam and the Shower at the request of the customer. Dimensions 2.1 x 1.9 m. Mosaic tiles in coffee and milk shades Vidrepur. Handmade pano. “Starry sky”. Shower faucets.
Luxurious 3.0 x 2.2 m hammam with handmade frieze. Distinguished by a more complex design of the ceiling – vaulted ceiling. “Starry sky. A special bowl (kurna) for filling with cold water. Decor on the walls.
Non-standard design of benches layout. The lime wood is used in realization of the project, the bench is fully made of Thermolipa wood. The peculiarity of the project is the design of the “Flying ceiling”. The space near the stove is faced with stone “Indian Slate”. The wood stove Harvia without special protection according to the wish of the Client.
What does a hammam consist of?
Hammam is an exotic bath that came to us from Eastern countries. Hammams are distinguished by the climatic regime, materials used for decoration, and steaming rituals.
The main difference with the Turkish hammam is the maximum humidity – 80-100%. For comparison, the humidity in the Russian sauna is 20-65%, and in the Finnish sauna – only 5-10%. The temperature in such conditions feels much stronger than in dry space. Therefore, in hammams, the temperature is maintained at 45-60°C.
This microclimate is useful and pleasant for humans, but it does not have a stressful effect on the body.
The temperature in the hammams is maintained by heating systems built into the floor, walls, and benches. Humidity in the Turkish hammam is maintained by a special device – steam generator. It is located outside and transmits the steam produced by the pipes inside the steam room.
Natural stone, marble, mosaic, and ceramics are materials that are commonly used in the decoration of hammams.
Thick slabs of natural stone are traditionally used as the material of benches on which hammam visitors can lie or sit. They smoothly and evenly transfer heat. It’s something like an intermediary between the human body and the heating system. Other surfaces of modern oriental hammams are decorated with mosaics.
Hammam construction is easier than it seems. At Spa Planet you can order a turnkey hammam project. Our specialists will help you at all stages of your idea – from design to installation of a hammam. We will advise you what else is needed for a Turkish steam room as well.
After the execution of the contract, the customer receives a technical task from us. It includes all the requirements for the premises and non-specialized work that must be done before the arrival of our team. This document clearly states the preparatory work that should be carried out in the first stage.
A personal hammam is an investment in the health and longevity of you and your family. Leave a request and our specialists will answer all your questions regarding the construction of a Turkish hammam.
Equipment for hammams
Turnkey construction of hammams
Create a ready-to-use hammam from scratch. On average, turnkey construction takes 3-4 weeks.
Construction of hammam structures
Spa Planet deals with all stages of building hammams, including the creation of their designs, so you do not need to worry about it.
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1. Slabs of natural stone
Traditionally, thick slabs of natural stone are used for the surfaces on which the hammam visitor lies or sits. They evenly transfer heat from heating systems to humans.
A special sink that mixes hot and cold water from taps above it. Visitors can scoop up the water with copper bowls and pour it to invigorate or cleanse the skin.
In real Turkish baths, the ceiling is made in the form of a spherical dome. This allows the steam to circulate properly and protects visitors from condensation.
4. Glass doors
The doors of modern hammams are usually made of tempered glass in an aluminum frame. They are perfectly adapted to conditions of high humidity.
5. Thermal insulation panels
Hammam walls are covered with special panels that don’t leak moisture and keep the heat inside the hammam.
6. Steam generator
This is a device that creates moisture inside the Turkish bath. In the heating tank, inside the steam generator, the water boils and steam comes out under pressure. A steam generator is located outside the bath, in a dry room.
A system of reinforced plastic pipes, through which steam comes from the steam generator to the hammam.
Devices that terminate the steam pipe inside the bath. They allow you to adjust the direction of steam and flavor the air.
9. Heating pipes
The surfaces of a real hammam should be warm. Heating systems are built into the floor, walls, and base of the benches for this purpose. It can be a water or an electric heating system.
10. Boiler and pump (in case of water heating)
Due to this device, the water heating works autonomously. An electric boiler and pump provide water circulation through a system of pipes. Special regulators allow you to set a separate temperature for different surfaces.