In today's troubled world, everything becomesit is more difficult and more difficult to find time to relax and "let off steam." Many prefer to relax in Russian, Finnish, Turkish saunas or visit SPA-complexes, but how often is it possible to do this? Student of the Academy of Design in Eindhoven, Marcis Ziemins (Marcis Ziemins) offers to visit the steam room every day, without leaving his workplace. Its miniature version of the classical sauna - aroma lamp with steam - can become an unusual accessory for the interior, which will help to relax and relax. Trying to save quickly disappearing traditionsnative Latvia, Markis transformed all the basic elements of the Latvian steam room into a compact aroma lamp case that can fit on a table in the office, bathroom or bedroom. "Classical elements - water, fire, earth and air - meet, interact and become one" - says the young designer about his mini-sauna. Of course, this stone aroma lamp will not replacea full-fledged sauna or a trip to the spa, as it can not warm up the whole room and fill it with heat and steam. Nevertheless, the device still forms a considerable amount of steam. Aromalamp consists of basalt stone with a small built-in tray for fuel and a copper crane with a capacity for water and aromatic mixtures, essential oils. Water gradually drips on a hot stone, turning into a thick aromatic vapor. The intensity of the fluid supply can be adjusted, but the maximum of the aroma lamp can work for four hours without "refueling".