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The Satala: a one tree hammock

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August 2, 2005

The Satala: a one tree hammock

The Satala: a one tree hammock

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August 3, 2005 Unique, beautiful and damned clever, the Satala is a one-tree hammock – which means you can have a hammock off a wall or any solid object. On top of that, there are no strings to tangle and no issues getting in and out – indeed, the manufacturer Aquagallery claims the Satala is just as comfy with two people.

The Satala is the work of Israeli designer, Ayala Serfaty, a designer whose global renown is growing thanks to her brilliant development of shapes from nature into useful and incredibly beautiful objects.

As can be seen from the variety of images here, the Satala can be adapted in many ways. The price is US$4000

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