Kodama launches a geometric hangout with the world’s first hanging zome


If you’re looking to get a hammock or seating pod, check out Kodama Zome – the world’s first hanging hanging zome. This piece of marvelous design is much more than a regular steel structure – created using unique mathematical formulas and patterns by structural engineer Richie Duncan. For the uninitiated, a zome is a structure of unusual geometric properties that combines aspects of a dome with the shapes of a polygon known as a zonohedron. The name Zome comes from combining the words dome and zohodehral.

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Unlike the traditional zomes which are located on the ground, Kodama Zomes can be hung from trees or stands, kept indoor or outdoor, allowing them to be a seating pod, a love seat, a hanging bed, a meditation seat, a gossip corner or anything else your creative minds want it to be!
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The Kodama Zome gets its name after Kodama, which are tree spirits that can be found in Japanese folklore. Each Kodama Zome includes a powder coated steel structure, outdoor grade polyester webbing, marine grade 316 stainless steel hardware, and custom mattress and cushions. They come in a wide range of colors and come with a Sunbrella outdoor canvas upholstery fabric. The zome’s are fully customizable with fabrics, colors and designer patterns.
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[Kodama Zomes via – My Modern Met]