WAVE HAMMOCK by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Royal Botania - Photo by Royal Botania.

Photo by Royal Botania.

Summer 2020 – Ergonomic circles, suspended alcoves and handbag-inspired floating alcoves. We have collected 5 design hammocks and swings to sway with with an attitude.

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Wheel by Studio Stirling for Couture Outdoor

WHEEL by Studio Striling for Couture Outdoor - Photo by Studio Stirling.

Photo by Studio Stirling.

Luxury furniture brand Couture Outdoor presents the Wheel swing chair by by Studio Stirling. The design is “inspired by Nature and reminiscent of the veins in leaves, tree branches intersecting the patterns of dragon fly wings, cracked soil and natural textures”. The extremely ergonomic and comfy design is hand-made and comes also in the soft and suede to touch Ferrograin Black finishing.

Beautiful hanging swing chairs and daybeds are the passion of Studio Stirling. The collections are made from steel and are strong and durable.


Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola for Luis Vuitton

SWING Chair by Patricia Urquiola for Louis Vuitton

Photo by Louis Vuitton.

Patricia Urquiola’s Swing Chair for the Louis Vuitton’s bespoke furniture project Objets Nomades is a “handbag-inspired design of two large, leather-covered metallic handles, holding up a welcoming woven mesh”.

The chair comes in two versions: one comes in a woven chocolate leather cord, with black leather finishes on the rings and seat cushion, and yellow leather on the back cushion; the second features beige polyurethane cord and natural leather on the rings, with a darker Nomade leather back cushion. Both versions feature gracious gold-plated hooks and endcaps for extra refinement.


Wave Hammock by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Royal Botania

WAVE HAMMOCK by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Royal Botania - Photo by Royal Botania.

Photo by Royal Botania.

The Wave Hammock by Swedish designers Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Belgian luxury brand Royal Botania features a super sturdy stainless steel structure resembling the perfect geometry of a wave surfers would love to ride.

Leave your troubles behind and be overwhelmed by a wave of wellness, hovering halfway between heaven and earth, while simply doing nothing.


Infinity by Trinity Hammocks

INFINITY by Trinity Hammocks - Photo via IG, follow @ trinityhammocks_me

Photo via IG, follow @ trinityhammocks_me.

A pyramid of joined metal circles composes the Trinity HammocksInfinity design. The company’s founder Gilbert Tourville wanted to transform the activity of ‘hammocking’ into a shared, social experience from just a solitary one.

Whether you’ve been hiking, climbing, mountain biking or out on the water, quite often the most enjoyable part the day is kicking back and relaxing at the end of it all.”


ZOME Caged Hanging Hammock by Kodama™

Photo by Kodama.

Photo by Kodama.

The ZOME Caged Hanging Hammock by KODAMA™ is like a hybrid between a couch, a birdcage, a bed, and a hammock. “Unlike hammocks or swings, our zomes hang from a single overhead point, creating a smooth, gentle, unrestricted motion that soothes the vestibular system and provide a sensation that is truly indescribable.” The suspended, dynamic furniture comes with an optional “sunbrella” and mosquito net.

Hanging Zomes – a patented invention by KODAMA™, is an entirely new embodiment of furniture inspired by dynamic motion and natural geometry.


INFINITY by Trinity Hammocks - Photo via IG, follow @ trinityhammocks_me 2

INFINITY by Trinity Hammocks – Photo via IG, follow @ trinityhammocks_me.

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WAVE HAMMOCK by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Royal Botania - Photo by Royal Botania.

WAVE HAMMOCK by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Störm for Royal Botania – Photo by Royal Botania.