Ten interiors with enjoyable hammocks rather than furnishings

A 13-square-metre residence in Poland and a trio of vacation properties constructed round dwelling timber characteristic in our newest lookbook of ten interiors with hammocks to loosen up in and comfy netted flooring.

A hammock is a sling constructed from material, netting or rope and suspended from two or extra anchor factors. Hammocks are used for sleeping, resting and lounging and are usually positioned in gardens or out of doors areas to utilize hotter climates.

Equally, netted flooring create cosy areas for leisure and in addition assist to unfold mild all through properties by changing closed-off flooring.

Beneath, now we have chosen ten examples of interiors that use hammocks and netted flooring in several areas of the house to create enjoyable and serene environments.

That is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing vibrant staircases, light-filled glass extensions and dwelling rooms with stone.

Photograph is by David Cervera

El Palmar, Mexico, by David Cervera

This vacation dwelling on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula was designed by native architect David Cervera. Positioned inside a grove of palm timber, the 90-square-metre construction homes a bed room, lavatory, dwelling space and kitchen.

Cervera clad the outside and lined the inside of the house in a neighborhood materials referred to as chukum – a water-resistant coating sourced from tree sap. Hammocks have been suspended between openings within the dwelling.

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House on the Marsh by A1 Architects
Photograph is by David Maštálka

Home on the Marsh, Czech Republic, by A1 Architects

Timber clads the partitions, flooring and ceilings of this dwelling within the Czech Republic, which was created by A1 Architects. The studio integrated glass and picket balconies all through the house, which overlook completely different ranges of the inside and permit mild to filter between flooring.

A hammock was positioned in a gabled dormer that was fitted with a window that fills the complete frontage of the quantity, offering views throughout the mountainous woodland.

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Hammock House by Samsel Architects

Hammock Home, US, by Samsel Architects

Expanses of glazing encompass and type partitions throughout the inside of this L-shaped farmhouse constructed by American agency Samsel Architects for a pair and their in-laws.

The North Carolina dwelling took cues from its native agricultural-building environment, incorporating a mono-pitched roof that the studio designed as a contemporary interpretation of utilitarian farm constructions.

Ground-to-ceiling glazing within the dwelling areas provides views throughout the farmland, which could be loved from a woven material hammock that’s tied to the frames of doorways and home windows.

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13-square-metre residence, Poland, by Szymon Hanczar

Polish designer Szymon Hanczar crammed a complete metropolis residence inside a 13-square-metre residence, utilizing sensible storage options in addition to stacking and arranging numerous services and capabilities on high of one another with a purpose to preserve house.

A double mattress was positioned on high of a built-in mezzanine stage that additionally holds a white-tiled lavatory and a small kitchen. On the rear of the micro-apartment, a netted hammock was anchored throughout the width of the house by way of two steel hooks.

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House in Ofuna by Level Architects
Photograph is by Makoto Yoshida

Home in Ofuna, Japan, by Degree Architects

Positioned in Kamakura, a metropolis in Japan, Home in Ofuna is a geometric-shaped three-storey household dwelling that was designed by Japanese studio Degree Architects.

The house encompasses a simplistic inside scheme with white painted partitions and picket flooring. The studio integrated kids’s play areas all through the house and put in steel hooks throughout the ceilings and partitions to connect swings and hammocks.

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Tepoztlan Lounge by Cadaval & Sola-Morales
Photograph is by Sandra Pereznieto

Tepoztlan Lounge, Mexico, by Cadaval & Sola-Morales

Curving concrete partitions flank a collection of three visitor homes within the Mexican city of Tepoztlan by architects Cadaval & Sola-Morales. The three properties are set on the sting of a mountain and have concaving kinds that comply with the profile of two patios and an egg-shaped pool that they encompass.

The lounge space has an open-air design that sees timber rising by openings within the concrete construction. Rather than sofas and lounge chairs, a set of enormous hammocks fill the dwelling house.

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Room with a desk, office chair and hammock
Photograph is by Masato Kawano/Nacasa & Companions

Enzo Workplace Gallery, Japan, by Ogawa Sekkei

Japanese architect Ogawa Sekkei refurbished this two-storey rental property, positioned on the outskirts of the town of Gifu, to create a ground-floor showroom that contains a courtyard, a studio and a lounge house.

Sekkei stripped away the house’s stud partitions and added a glass display on the rear of the house. The architect additionally added sliding picket doorways to the studio, which conceal a lounge space containing a hammock that has been hung beneath a window.

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SkinnyScar by Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman
Photograph is by Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman

SkinnyScar, the Netherlands, by Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman

Dutch architect couple Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman designed their three-storey dwelling in Rotterdam on a slim web site simply 3.4 metres broad.

Rooms stretch the width of the house and are flooded with mild on account of full-width and full-height home windows that punctuate the facade and rear wall of the construction. Moreover a big window within the dwelling space, a soothing netted flooring was put in inside a void.

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Casa La Quinta by Pérez Palacios and Alfonso de la Concha Rojas
Photograph is by Rafael Gamo

Casa La Quinta, Mexico, by Pérez Palacios and Alfonso de la Concha Rojas

When architects Pérez Palacios and Alfonso de la Concha Rojas designed this Mexico getaway for a retired couple, they coated the partitions in a cream-hued paste named Corev to imitate the impact of artisanal stucco.

The house was organized round three courtyards, the biggest and most central of which is host to a pool and hammock. Giant home windows and sliding doorways face out to the courtyards, creating a way of indoor-outdoor dwelling.

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Casa Bosque Sereno by Fábrica de Espacios
Photograph is by FRAM Fotografía

Casa Bosque Sereno, Mexico, by Fábrica de Espacios

Mexican agency Fábrica de Espacios constructed Casa Bosque Sereno within the Mexican metropolis of Aguascalientes. Pure woods, terrazzo, handcrafted mosaics and concrete have been used all through the inside, which has an open-plan dwelling association.

Giant glazed doorways let within the mild, whereas a netted flooring above the dwelling space connects the bottom flooring stage with a suspended film space above.

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That is the newest in our collection of lookbooks offering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s picture archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing timber-clad bogs, light-filled glass extensions and uncovered picket floorboards.