Nestrest, a nest of pleasure for a modern garden

Nestrest, a nest of pleasure for a modern garden - Dedon(1)

Inspired by the shapes, textures and colors that are found in nature, Fred Frety & Daniel Pouzet designers have transformed the typical garden sofa into a unique piece of architecture. The name they gave to this “sanctuary of relaxation” is Nestrest and is a piece dedicated to comfort, having a sophisticated design, where you can relax, meditate or have a conversation outdoors. Inspired by the birds’ nests, Nestrest gives you the feeling that you are in a small universe where tranquility, peace and harmony reign. Even though, according to the pictures, it is quite bulky, its weight is less than you might think, being only 100 kg. This is created from a special Dedon Fiber, having 4 centimeters width, which provides the necessary robustness and safety. The fiber is supported by an aluminum lightweight frame.

Nestrest is opened, airy and in the same time, it provides a degree of privacy that shelters you from prying eyes, giving you a sense of security. The interior is equipped with a large mattress, similar to a huge pillow and the comfort is increased with the help of some smaller pillows. Nestrest can be installed with the help of a specialized system of ropes and it may be hung from trees or any other structures that ensure the necessary resistance. Undoubtedly, this “bird’s nest” is suitable for any modern garden, ensuring us an enjoyable experience in nature and relaxing and pleasant moments.

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