Floating in Mid-Air.
The hammock principle has been used to create a simple chair. In its wide, soft, pod-like roundness of fabric so strongly woven, the hammock chair welcomes whoever sits there and lets them relax in an almost weightless world, floating in mid-air. The hammock chair can be hung from the living room ceiling, but can also be used outdoors. The fabric is the result of a special continuous weaving technique using a defined number of continuous cotton yarns interwoven in such a way that neither knots nor loose ends interfere with or occur in the fabric, and each individual thread is securely connected to the suspension ropes. Fabric woven like this is extremely tear-resistant and ensures uniform load distributions, while you feel the luxuriousness of the fabric straight away. The wooden fixing rod prevents the fabric from bunching together, while the swivels on the carabiners — both of which are made of galvanized steel and therefore rust resistant — enable the height adjustments to the hammock chair. It is for very good reason that the suspension ropes are made of synthetic material: The Austrian manufacturer uses a UV- and weather-resistant polyester blend which is wear-resistant and has built-in resilience for the long term.