Honka Tuuli brings you close to nature
The path to tranquillity is via nature. Our new Honka Tuuli holiday-home design brings nature indoors. Inspired by the Finnish archipelago, our Tuuli villas were designed by windsurfer Tuuli Petajä-Sirén, an Olympic medallist who also happens to be an architect.
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Our structurally harmonious and modern holiday homes fit beautifully into the Nordic landscape. They are designed to last — generation after generation can enjoy leisure time in the landscape of a Tuuli villa. Move down a few gears in a leisure home that showcases nature at its most beautiful.
Only large landscape windows and beautiful log structures separate the large living areas of Tuuli villas from the wilderness. With its combined living room and kitchen, the living area provides spectacular views of the surrounding natural landscape; the sleeping areas are located in their own, peaceful wings; and a covered terrace leads from the living area to a stylish sauna.Explore
The wonderful Honka Halti offers experiences of nature and the comfort of living. The living room provides ample space for enjoying time together and stunning scenery. The kitchen is separate from the living areas and the hall has plenty of storage space for outdoor clothing and leisure equipment. A sauna and utility room are located at the end of the building.Explore
The atmospheric Honka Kaamos will add a touch of luxury and memorable wilderness experiences to your leisure time. In this log cabin’s open-plan living room, you can enjoy time together, a blazing fireplace and breath-taking views. A two-way glass facade brings the surrounding natural environment into the interior. The terrace around the house can be directly accessed from the bedrooms and sauna area.Explore
We have designed a log villa to complement the popular Honka Saaga sauna. Saaga is a practical and efficiently laid out log cabin, which fulfils a wide range of leisure-residence needs. The glass facade provides stunning views of the surrounding landscape from the main bedroom and living room. The living and sauna areas are located on either side of the entrance, so the sauna does not heat the sleeping quarters.Explore
“The scenery seems part of the Tuuli villa’s decor.”
Tuuli Petäjä-Sirén, Architect, Honkarakenne Oyj
“When designing the Tuuli log villa, I focused on a practical layout for leisure activities and on functional dimensioning of the premises. My main influence was the natural relationship between open and closed spaces. The covered terrace allows sitting outside in different kinds of weather, and the roofed space between the sauna and living areas can easily accommodate a large dining table.”