The Kodama Zome by Richie Duncan is Like a Spacious, Artistic Hammock

By: Meghan Young - May 28, 2015
References: kodamazomes & mymodernmet
At its core, the Kodama Zome is a sculptural suspended seat that was created using mathematical formulas and patterns. Taking on a striking geometrical shape, the suspended seat provides enough room for someone to practice yoga in -- which is impressive, to say the very least. Yet at the end of the day, it's essentially an structured hammock that is meant to be relaxed in.

Designed by structural engineer Richie Duncan, the suspended seats can be hung from trees or stands, depending on the landscape and where people want to place them. They are each custom made in Oregon. Perfect for both private and public spaces, it adds a unique sanctuary for people to connect with nature as well as each other.