OK this is TOTALLY off-topic but this is the best place I know of people who have knowledge in building specialized room and I figured I might as well pose the question here in the hopes that one of you has some sort of experience in this area. I'm moving into a new house in May (it just finished being framed last week). One of the things that I want to do and have been thinking about for a while is putting a smoking room/bar area in the basement. I smoke cigars and can only indulge once in a blue moon and that is basically because I have to go outside to smoke them, I can only smoke during seasons when it's not too hot or too cold, there's nothing to do while smoking, etc. I'd like to have a room where I can smoke a cigar while sitting in a leather chair and watching some TV or a movie or listening to some music. Also I'd like a place where I can play poker with my friends and not have to force them out of the house to smoke cigarettes. So the question is what's the best way to build a room that doesn't let smoke out into the rest of the house and ventilates the smoke out? The basement right now is a blank canvas, no walls, no nothing (you can see a floorplan here: http://ekroner.net/floorplan.htm). The room will be where it says optional rec room (but probably won't be that open, I'll probably break it up in some way). The walls for the HT and everything else but the stairs are not actually there now but are what I most likely plan to do (the HT is a definite). I know that I should use wood panel walls and a hard floor so there's nothing that absorbs odors. I'm guessing a ventilation fan will be required at a minimum; I would consider putting in a separate zone of HVAC if it was really necessary. Should I consider putting plastic wrap or something in between the walls/ceiling? What's the best way to ventilate the room? What are the best fans, how do I keep the fan hole from letting hot or cold into the house, etc? Are there any sites or resources about this or similar topics online? The only thing I can find about it is: http://www.cigaraficionado.com/Cigar...2,1277,00.html Which is definitely helpful but I was hoping for more details (brands, models, reviews, plans, etc). The problem is that googling the topic finds about a billion sites about smoking and the law, smoking rooms in restaurants, smoking bans etc but nothing really about actually building rooms like that in a house.