What better way to enjoy those San Francisco breezy Indian summer afternoons than by laying on a hammock while drinking a mojito.
Hammocks can be beautifully used indoors as far as you pick the right color, silhouette and texture. Simply, make sure to balance the distribution of elements in your room somehow that your hammock becomes the main focal point. This will give a fun and laid-back look to any space as well as take you to a tropical inspired déjà vu.
Wilbert Das Indian House: Brazil.
Porter Hammock: Chainfall Filtered
Gary Chang tiny Hong-Kong apartment and the Hammock/Screen room
Last Monday, I went to UC Davis to meet with my graduate thesis external advisor Ann Savageau. She also invited me to speak at her sustainable design class which happened to be visiting the UCD Design Museum. While at the … Continue reading →