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Anthony Logothetis | La Seóra hammock

Furniture Anthony Logothetis | La Seóra hammock

Anthony Logothetis | La Seóra hammock La Seóra hammock is the fusion of two cultures – American & Latin. The award winning design offers the ultimate luxury hammock experience. A hybrid between a hammock and a deck lounger the elegant structure is extremely ergonomical offering superb comfort. The unique patented beam arrangement prevents slouching – a common problem found in more conventional hammocks. The integrated footrest can be adjusted according to height with the option to have your feet up or down.

Anthony Logothetis | La Seóra hammock

Anthony Logothetis | La Seóra hammock Made from a premium quality marine plywood –the classic version (La Seóra Classic) is in birch and a darker version, (La Seóra Alpine) in Mahogany. The distinctive frame is made from stainless steel finished in a choice of brushed matt or glossy finish, assembled with stainless steel fixings and anodised aluminium rings. It can be dissembled into 3 pieces for easy storage. Each hammock is individually made using Italian craftsmanship with particular attention to detail and care. Also available are accessories – such as a pillow and side pocket. Designed by architect /entrepreneur, Anthony Logothetis, La Seóra hammock has won prestigious awards in London and Milan and most recently, the 2012 Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award.

Architect /entrepreneur: Anthony Logothetis
Dimensions: 310cm length, 100cm width
Price: La Seóra Classic £2,478, La Seóra Alpine £2,742
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