The Moody Nest is Designed to Relax Enraged Occupants

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 26, 2011 • References: hannaernsting & dezeen
The Moody Nest is a unique piece of furniture designed to take a pounding. The Moody Nest was designed by Hanna Emelie Ernsting of Moody Couch fame and is designed to envelop its enraged occupant until he or she has calmed down.

The Moody Nest has a massive quilted shell sitting atop a foam base. The quilted shell is designed to take the most abuse and can be kicked and pulled without becoming stretched or broken. Once you are all tuckered out from beating on the Moody Nest's cover, you can relax on the foam base and let your former punching bag envelop you.

Stress-relieving designs are becoming more and more common as life becomes increasingly more complicated. I would love to see a whole range of furniture designed in the same vein as Ernsting's Moody collection. Imagine how awesome it would be to live in a world where you could punch and kick your couch without remorse. Stats for Punchable Bean Bags Trending: Older & Chilly
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