The Le Fauteuil Hamac is a simple seat in more ways than one. Although people might assume from its minimalist look that is where is simplicity lies, in reality its basic nature is due almost entirely to its assembly method. The Le Fauteuil Hamac can be put together in less than two minutes and requires absolutely no screws or tools.
Designed by Desfossez Soazig, an industrial designer based in Paris, France, the Le Fauteuil Hamac is as comfortable as the swinging outdoor furniture piece it is inspired by. Since it uses a similar tensioned fabric, that is only natural. With its polyester seat surface, the flat-packed Le Fauteuil Hamac can be used both outdoors and indoors.
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