21.04.11 by Jeff

Nestrest

Can I live here please? Designers Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety created this “Nestrest” for Dedon. The closest thing we have here in Vancouver are these little guys.

daniel pouzet fred frety nestrest for dedon

daniel pouzet fred frety nestrest for dedon

daniel pouzet fred frety nestrest for dedon

daniel pouzet fred frety nestrest for dedon

via: designboom













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • These look really comfy but I might get motion sickness if I strung one up on a tree.

  • i totally want one..

  • lapetitefaon

    I WANT ONE!

  • kgumball

    I want to have sweet soft sex in one of those.

  • But how would you get in the first one without getting wet?

    • Get wet and hop in, problem solved. yeah?

    • ummm

      It looks fairly close to land, so I’m assuming you’d rotate the nest towards you, hop in, and it counters back towards the water.

  • I’m going to build a treehouse and live in one of those….

  • Ça m’en prend absolument un, Montréal centre-ville, ce sera épique

    I absolutely need one of those, in Montreal Midtown it’s going to be epic

  • How come the first guy’s so dry?

  • Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety give us this great ideas for our relax.

  • want want want.

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  • TwiggyEatsClouds

    GOTTA HAVE ONE!

  • Jawsh

    The first image is a bad example.
    Although.. they look rad, i want one!

  • slobberchops

    shag pod!

  • Bram

    Sadly, i think they are way too expensive for me.

  • Love the earthy outer space vibe.

  • Terrel

    I want one too!!! This is absolutely amazing

  • In my opinion, for those who care about rain, it may be easy to put a piece of waterproof cover.
    Anyway… I want one, above a torrent…

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  • *** WANT *** !!!

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  • They look so relaxing. Nice form.





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