Art Of Freedom - Best of 2016

 

Shromáždili jsme všechny velkolepé instalace, barevné sochy, unikátní umělecké projekty, ohromující a úžasné vizuální efekty, prostě vše co Art of Freedom na festivalu Sziget nabídl. Art of Freedom je velmi speciální možnost, která se nabízí příležitost mladým tvůrců prezentovat své nápady a ukázat svůj talent na Ostrově svobody, zasadit ji do kouzelného světa festivalu, kde se spojují hudba a tanec, radost a štěstí, lásky a přátelství v jeden celek.

Soutěž Art of Freedom bude otevřena do 25 February, 2017! Připojte se k nám a vytvořme opět úžasný a podivuhodný Island of Freedom! Více podrobností ZDE

 

 
 

Art Zone Gate

Designed by: Márton Nyirán

Kostky Art Zone jsou obsrovské a multifunkční instalace, které ohraničují prostor s řadou dalších uměleckých objektů a nabízí návštevníkům jak uzavřené, tak otevřené relaxační prostory, portály, ploty a jiné zajímavé designové instalace. Hlavní myšlenkou je upozornit velkým plotem na umělecký prostor s dalšími instalacemi.

 

 
 

CAP-ture you-CAN

Designed by: TesTér Studio

Hlavním bodem bylo vytvořit odpadkové koše, které mohou být použity různými způsoby. Tyto popelnice jsou obklopeny deskami s uzávěry, které umožňují návštěvníkům, našroubovat na ně láhve. To nejen zvyšuje kapacitu odpadkáče, ale také strukturuje odpadky - bez nepříjemného zápachu a nebezpečí pro uživatele. Tyto zásobníky také slouží jako nástroj ke upoutaní pozornosti, recyklaci a třídění odpadků. A co víc - tento "ježek z láhví" vytváří za tmy zajímavý světelný efekt.

 

 
 

Starry-eyed Shepherd

Designed by: Jap-Yap team

Our idea was to create such a point on the Island where the visitors can chill a bit, any part of the day. Apart from giving shelter to anyone looking for a place to relax, the building is a colorful spot of the Festival. The idea originates from the world of hungarian folktales, which we tried to dress into modern form. The building’s shape is based on a stylized skull, broken by the cheer of the graphics. The stylized mustache and eyeline found on the skull, and the constellations on the inside are painted with fluorescent paint, so the object is spectacular even at night in the given atmosphere.

 

 
 

Chill'Area

Designed by: I Ritardat/ari

The Chill’Area is a project of a series of public seats build from Australian pallets. The use of this equipment is also justified by the idea of strength and solidity associated with pallets. This project is one of many examples of creative re-use of pallets.

 

 
 

Color Cube

Designed by: Hardboyhang

This sport equipment called COLOR CUBE designed for bodyweight trainings and stretching. The cube was developed with participation of professional sportmen. The project is aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle, based on traditional movements. On the eqiupment easy to find any basic or creative exercise, what keeps you fit on the festival. The own bodyweight exercises are already quite popular in the daily sport activities. Enjoy it.

 

 
 

Starry Sky

Designed by: J+P+D

At the stuffed and always vibrant Island of Freedom – where life doesn’t stop after midnight and its light shine over the city – is not easy to find a place where we can close out the environment and just look up to the sky to get lost in the ocean of stars. Our concept aims to seize this freedom-feeling and give it back to the Szitizens. We provide a social space which is good not only for resting and chatting, but to raise attention to the negative effects of light pollusion. Since night lights increased in the past decades, stars shine less and less brightly.

 

 
 

Dandelions

Designed by: Tsikura

Compact observation decks and relaxation areas in a form of a complex of four wooden dandelion-like structures. Three flowers are vertical and one is "broken", bended to the ground. Each flower can accommodate 2 people. Getting inside the flower is possible by means of a ladder on the flower's stem. Inside the flower there is a bench to sit on.

 

 

Dragon of Freedom

Designed by: Vajda Kreatív Diákcsoport

25 metrů dlouhý drak vytvořený z 15 tisíc PET lahví upozornil na používání materiálu, který tak obklopuje náš život a zároveň ukazuje kreativitu maďarských studentů. Zvyšuje povědomí o prostředí a zároveň provokuje!

 

 
 

Elektropus

Designed by: Tekla Fehérvári

This installation aims to raise attention to the backsides of the too quick progress in technology. The insane manufacturing of electronical gadgets and the pollutant effects of consumer society are getting much and much disturbing. Electronical waste grows three times faster than any other kind of waste. Built from electronical waste and living off a tree, Elektropus symbolizes the destructive technological progress that devours our natural environment. Don’t let the beast of modern technology to suffocate you as well!

 

 
 

Fairy Town

Designed by: HEXA

FAIRY TOWN is a village of tiny wooden houses, where rooftops serve as seats for Szitizens. This group of 5 to 6 pieces of houses encircle a tree, which is also decorated with a string of wood and line. Thanks to the fluorescent painting the glittering village gives a magical view to the by-passers.

 

 
 

Light Creatures

Designed by: Dóra Emese

Mistily transparent figures sway in UV light as luminescent beings, inspired by deep-sea creatures. They create a unique universe of peace and intimacy where minds are free to wander. It’s a peaceful spot in the drift that evokes the beauty of nature and builds ambience for great conversations.

 

 
 

Flower Park

Designed by: Nívós Társaság

For festival goers relaxing and regaining energy are just as important as partying through a gargantuan amount of concerts. Before or after the shows alone or in couples being exhausted or nimble, everyone prefers to rest themselves for a while. Flower Park expresses the festival's main message with its own simplicity, and the LOVE slogan makes a possible meeting-point for 'szitizens'. To create an epigraph, we would like to use the flowers of last year's application 10K FLOWER, which by the way is very lovely for us. The patterns would also appear on the footings of the flower chairs.

 

 

Funky Monkey

 

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Funny Furniture

Designed by: Vajda Kreatív Diákcsoport

People come to Sziget to live, but if you come to explore and experience great new things you surely get a bit exhausted – trust us. Vajda Kreatív Diákcsoport make seats used for relaxing, chatting or even eating that are unique in their figure, material, theme or message, yet still integral when it comes to serve Szitizens.

 

 
 

Gazebo

Designed by: Tsikura

Recreation place in the form of a gazebo. It is made of OSB sheets cut out like lace. The sheets are then painted to look metallic. So the gazebo gives shade from the sun and shelter from the rain and is aestetic.

 

 
 

Geo-Bike-Dome

Designed by: K-rtografii

It all started with the most powerful thing we have in common, the unconditional, unshakeable love for bicycles. We love them so much that we are always riding them (no pun intended), always repairing them, always thinking of them, since we were little. We would love that this world would be sorrounded by bicycles, that everybody would acknowledge their greatness!

 

 

Mushrooms

Designed by: László Ildikó, Nagy Veronika

Drátěné houby jsou vytvořené z kilometrů barevných drátů, které jsou zapletené do železných rámů. Bylo důležité recyklovat, tak jsme použili i staré dráty. Szitizenové se zde mohou spřátelit s novými lidmi, pokecat, nebo jen tak odpočívat na jedné z 25 hub. Tato hravá instalace dodává něco krajině nejen přes den, ale také v noci. Návštěvníci si je můžou užívat i po západu slunce, protože jsou osvětleny.

 

 
 

Steam-engine

Designed by: Nyirán Márton

Our team’s main profile is the utilization of possibilities in recycled materials. The base of the locomotive is an empty and useless tank, which can be a spectacular spot of the festival thanks to its size and material. Szitizens can also climb up to the engineer’s cabin to shoot some pictures.

 

 

Shoal of fish

Designed by: Grünfelder Judit+ Healium dekoration

...suddenly 1600 lit up fish are shoaling above your head. You are dissolving in the sight. Fish shoal led light installation project by Judit Grunfelder, artist and Healium goup.

 

 
 

Handsurfer

Designed by: Gazdag Zoltán, Nyul Dávid

Be a real rockstar and surf on top of a swaying crowd!

 

 

Rocking Lounger

Designed by: Geiger József

Toto dřevěné houpací sedátko je vytovřené pro pokec s přáteli, zatímco si budete dávat skleničku kisfröccs. Nejlepší místo, kde se můžete vyhřívat na slunci a nechat vaše oči odpočívat!

 

 
 

Round Forest

Designed by: Mome-Média Design Faculty

Our inspiration is the forest. We provide a pleasant and chilly social space, where exhausted Szitizens can get a nice rest.

 

 
 

Knitted Fröccsgarden

Designed by: Fonalgerillák Street-Art Workshop group

Členové skupiny Fonaglerillák zdobí některé části hlavního města už čtyři roky: jejich díla můžete někdy vidět na Deák tér, někdy v tramvaji číslo 49, oblíkají stromy, nebo plní dětské vláčky barevnými pohádkovými a legendárními postavami. Poprvé se se svým uměním objevili na festivalu Sziget 2014. Jejich vášeň pro pletení a háčkování spojuje studenty s důchodci, matkami a babičkami z různých profesí. Díky Art of Freedom se na jejich díla můžete opět těšit. Minulý rok se na oblíkání stromů podílelo 18 přihlášených za použití 10kg příze. Tentokrát přišli s ještě více „oblečením“ pro Fröccsgarden.

 

 
 

Community Space Installation

Designed by: ENVICASH s.r.o (SK)

Community building installation for Sziget Szitizens. It demonstrates the importance of environment protection and promotes the extensive opportunities of utilization in recycling. Its functions form a composition of comfort needs, service points and the feeling of freedom.

 

Let's Swing

Designed by: Mattia Paco Rizzi

Let’s Swing! Je umělecko-arichitektuální hravá a zábavná instalace koncipovaná podle Mattia Paco Rizzi. Koncept je naprosto jednoduchý. Dřevěný kruh se vynoří ze země a vytváří kostru prehistorického zvířete  a zároveň dá prostor velké spoustě houpaček.

 

 
 

Lucy in the Sky

Designed by: B-terv - Horváth Lili, Tormási Petra, Lee Bin Péter, Balázs Miklós - Buja Hanna - Cséffay Alexandra - Fickert Flórián - Kálmán Dóra - Párdányi Dorottya Fruzsina - Sebők Eszter - Steiner Hanna - Steiner Júlia - Vitályos Orsolya

A stylized complex where Szitizens can feel like sitting on clouds. Thanks to its looming lights, it stands as a spectacular installation even at night.

 

 

Aliens, birds

Designed by: Csekő Etelka

Ptáci: Festival Sziget neničí životní prostředí, naopoak šetří přírodu. A tak se tito noví tvorové z exotických míst objevily na festivalu Sziget, jen aby si užili atmosféru této speciální party.

Oblečení: v této instalaci oblékám stormy do tradičního oblečení Szitizenů, jako jsou džíny, vlněné kalhoty s kapsami, barevné bermudy, minisukně, značková trička, kostkované košile, vesty s třásněmi, pestrobarevné letní šaty. Vytvářím take obří šperky, brašny a ledvinky jako příslušenství.

Ufouni: Festival Sziget je známý nejen mezinárodně, ale i po celém vesmíru.

 

 
 

Memory Book

Designed by: Gathi

The interactive installation titled ’Memory Book’ is basically a huge book that is written and illustrated by the Szitizen community. Our goal was to provide an installation that flourishes with the festival by exhibiting it year after year. This giant book creates space for artworks, made together by Szitizens – therefore shows the true essence of the festival.

 

 

Mermaid Tea Party

Designed by: Nagy Zita Zsófia

Koncept mé práce do soutěže pro Sziget bylo vytvořit velkolepou a hravou instalaci, která bude na festivalu zářit jako symbolická postava. Proto jsem si vybrala delfína, který je nejenom typickým symbolem kýče, ale také oblíbeným hrdinou mých instalací.

Delfín s námi koexistuje jako nadčasová esence kýče. Je to úžasná a nádherná bytost, která se snadno dostane každému k srdci. Skákáním ve vlnách nás spojuje s tajemným vodním světem. Náš opravdový přítel jak v reálném životě, tak i ve virtuálním prostoru, kde se toulá v šířícím se oceánu pohlednic, navždy šťastný.

Kdokoli, kdo má rád delfína, nemůže být špatný člověk. Přesně proto věřím, že dobrosrdečný dav publika na Szigetu ho přivítá jako součást festivalové image s otevřenou náručí.

 

 
 

Swamp tale

Designed by: Astronauta D458

The idea behind this project was born from a real problem. Public wells at festivals are not able to satisfy the huge crowd’s demand for drinking water without developing a smaller marsh around themselves, therefore making it really difficult to approach them. This situation brought the idea to life that transforms the wells’ surroundings to an interesting space by sculpture elements.

 

 
 

Mind the Step

Designed by: Luigi Gentili, Vittorio Specchia, Alberto Tanelli

MIND THE STEP is a series of green public spaces that offer the possibility of a spontaneous meeting among the users. The project also aims to promote the sustainable cycle of materials used, as well as the possibility of re-using them. Indeed, the stacked and screwed pallets used and arranged in different modules, will ensure the flow of people offering them the possibility to sit and enjoy the company of others or simply one of the possible views of the surroundings. The pallets provided by Podhoran.

 

 

Mushrest

Designed by: Oszlányi Simon, Pál Noémi Anna, Takács Alexandra

Koncept Mushrest se zakládá na třech projevech: příroda, interakce a barvy. Cílem bylo vytvořit místo pro odpočinek jakoby v přírodě uprostřed živého vířícího festivalu. Proto je na spodní části rozprostřena síť a na horní nabarvené plátno. Mushrest slouží jako vzrušující prostor nejen během dne, ale také v noci, protože je fosforeskující. V podstatě jde o dekorativní model houby, který během dne dává stín a v noci světlo a v případě potřeby může sloužit jako přístřeší před deštěm, ale hlavně slouží jako místo odpočinku pro všechny Szitizeny.

 

 
 

4 Square Round Forest

Designed by: Bakos Lilla, Donáth Áron; Győrik Ágnes; Simon Zoltán

The installation demonstrates the tension between the natural and industrial world. In this creation we exemplify this struggle with stylized wood with the help of wire and branches. The geometric bodies were shaped by wire and they symbolize the man-made industrial world, while the escaping branches symbolize the nature. The artificial things can’t dominate the forces of nature, wildlife always finds the way to be free. This is what we can see by the branches that coming through the wire. Each elements of the installation individually represent this eternal struggle, but besides that we also created the woodgroup in a way, that from a certain point, the elements make a giant square. The square formed by the different shaped bodies clearly symbolizes the cumulative global industrial system which tries to dominate our world, but from this united power, nature can still break trough. The world we live in is important to us so is the nature that keeps us alive. We find it necessary to vanish all those industrial impact that suppress nature.

 

 
 

Neon Figurative

Designed by: LedLightGroup

We aim to create a group sculpture of vibrant and luminous human figures. We’d like to portray these figures during an activity. It would be both entertaining and colorful at day and night.

 

 
 

Nest

Designed by: Nesteam

The NEST is a unique furniture that fit perfectly into its natural surroundings. It is made only of natural and recycled materials. It is both weather- and festivalproof.

 

 
 

Night Visions

Designed by: UnicornGlow

The concept of our project intended to showcase the connection between art and nature, therefore we have used raw, unproccessed timber and luminous paint in the making. Our work was inspired by an ImagineDragons album, hence the name of the project. The painted wooden chairs and tables are meant to create an extraordinary impression in the passer-by, as if they had entered this grand, enchanting vision, where they can chill together with their friends.

 

 
 

Octopuff

Designed by: B-terv - Cséffay Alexandra, Fickert Flórián, Párdányi Dorottya Fruzsina, Vitályos Orsolya, Balázs Miklós - Buja Hanna - Horváth Lili - Kálmán Dóra- Lee Bin Péter - Sebők Eszter - Steiner Hanna - Steiner Júlia - Tormási Petra

OctoPuff is the giant polyp of Sziget. The Island of Freedom is as diverse as seaworld, so this spectacular creature should not be missing from the environment either.

 

 
 

Giant Sziget Weaving

Designed by: Óriás Sziget Szövő csapat

Its main goal is to recycle unused plastic and textile waste. Anyone who wanders in ArtZone can contribute to this project in order to create a huge rug. We believe this activy brings together people by using their creativity, releasing stress and making something spectacular for Sziget.

 

 

The hands of unity

Designed by: Barthó Dorottya, Eisenberger Viktória, Herbszt Csilla

Na chvíli si oddechněte v Hands of Unity (rukou jednoty)! Je to v každém smyslu místo setkání: naše socha symbolizuje spojení, která se vytváří mezi různými kulturami.

 

 
 

Pillekő faces

Designed by: Pillekő Projekt

Pilleko is a new composit building material developed by Antal Csaba environmental designer. The base of Pillekő is designed from recyled PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) bottles which are covered with a special mix of minerals. The result is a lightweight, water- and frostproof structure which is also resistant to physical impact. This green innovative technology can be widely used to build outdoor furnitures, organic shaped modules. As we have alredy made several streetfurnitures througouth the country.

 

 

Pleasure Factory

Designed by: S39 Hybrid Design Manufactory

PLEASURE_FACTORY (továrna slasti) nabízí některé jedinečné vlastnosti, které ji odlišují od jiných továren. Vedle klasických festivalových instalací je naším cílem vytvořit instalaci, která bude připomínat montážní linku, která se využívá v těžkém průmyslu. Můžete zde vidět růzdné druhy strojů, kontejnerů, kolejí a průmyslových nádob různých tvarů a velikostí, které svým napojením na sebe dávájí pocit výrobní linky.

 

Náš konečný produkt: samotný ZÁŽITEK. Tato instalace je projevem pocitu festivalu a modelem jeho podstaty, slisované do jediného předmětu. Vtáhne vás dovnitř, rozžvýká a vyplivne ven se smíchem.

 

 
 

Popsheep

Designed by: Somogyi Fanni, Somogyi Miklós

The Pop Sheep installation is a public sculpture that consists of 24 life size colorful plastic sheep wearing sunglasses. I was both inspired by the idea of ‘counting’ sheep before falling asleep and pop art, thus I decided to pull the image from my imagination and create a real life, life size plastic herd. Each sheepis cast from epoxy and is painted with bright neon colors, which also glow in the dark. Instead of making Szitizens fall asleep at the festival, the herd is an energetic and emblematic icon on the island enhancing the positive and lively mood of the festival. Additionally, Szitizens will have the opportunity to win a baby sheep (Lambkin) by taking a selfie with the sheep and uploading it to an online social media site with a # phrase. Another layer of interaction is created by the addition of a QR code on the sheep, which leads to an online aspect of the work. With this public sculpture I aim to enhance the ‘cool’ image of Sziget Festival, and also create a fun and interactive work that can enrich the experience of the Szitizens.

 

 

Dress Lamps

Designed by: Szabó Gergely

Svými lampióny bych chtěl vyjádřit pestros Szitizenů na Szigetu a zároveň nastolit festivalovou atmosféru na cestách mezi kempy. Doufám, že se tak budou všichni cítit šťastní.

 

 

Yellow Submarine

Designed by: Nyirán Márton

Navrhuji, projektuji a tvořím instalace už 15 let. Většina z nich je vytvořena z recyklovaných materiálů. Co se týče materiálu, je pro mě důležité pro dané projekty využívat to, co mám, a tímto principem jsem se řídil i pro tento projekt. Transformer vznikl z odpadového kovu bojlerů, které jsem objevil na skládce kotlů. Zároveň tam byly dva nepoužité plynojemy, které se staly základem průzkumníka měsíce a ponorky. Ty se nedaly použití ani v železářství, protože jejich profesionální odplynování a rozřezání by bylo dražší než cena železa.

 

Mraky z pet lahví byly vytvořeny z jedné kancelářské budovy z jejich dvouměsíční spotřeby. Jejich množství samo o sobě upozorňuje na důležitost recyklace.

 

Selfie Transformer

Designed by: Nyirán Márton

I have been engineering, designing and constructing installations for 15 years. These are mostly and deliberately made by recycled materials. What is important for me at a given project to make the highest use of what I have in terms of the materials and at these projects I followed the same principle. The Transformer was created by scrap metal of boilers that arosed after wrecking a boiler room. At the same time, there was two foxy, unused gasometer which are became the bases for the moon explorer and the submarine. These had no use even at an ironmongery, because the professional outgassing and cutting of these gasometers would be more expensive then the price of the iron. The PET clouds made by an office block and were consumed at the time of 2 months, so even just the mass of it draws the attention to the importance of recycling.

 

 
 

Shades of Green

Designed by: Rácz Eszter és Kiss Péter

Designers of ’Shades of Green’ were meant to create a unique social space that fits into Sziget’s ’green’ concept.

 

 

Stylecase

Designed by: Leitner Levente – Gwizdala Dáriusz

We’ve been visiting festivals for many years now, so our own experiences fed the idea behind our project. Our suitcases are suitable for sitting and laying. Moreover, they proved to be perfect shelters during heavy rains and heat-waves.

 

 
 

Ghost Sculpture Park

Designed by: Unicorn Factory

A Szellem Szobor Park, egy olyan fémdrótból készült szoborcsoport installáció, ami teljes mértékben illeszkedik az ArtZone mesés világába és tökéletesen bírja a fesztivál speciális környezetét. Időtálló, mind nappal, mind éjszaka megvilágítva érdekes vizuális élményt nyújt. A kiválasztott figurák mind erős szimbólumok, a varázslat és mese világát idézik.

 

 

Szerelem-fészek

Designed by: Wahorn Works

Ghost Statue Park is a sculpture installation made of metallic wires that suits ArtZone’s fairy athmosphere and endures a festival’s special environment. All the chosen figures are strong symbols that summon the world of a fairytale full of magic.

 

 
 

The Pavilion of Love

Designed by: M & F

The Pavilion of Love attracts not only lovers, but also those who want to have a good rest. The pleasant atmosphere is guaranteed by the colorful umbrellas, which turn the summer sunlight into a placid rainbow. But as soon as the sun goes down, Love gets the attention, as the pavilion being illuminated throughout the whole night shines like a bright summer night sky full of stars.

 

 

Think Inside the box

Designed by: Dkni iroda

Think INSIDE theBox is a pavillon designed for smaller group of friends to rest and talk in peace. It’s a cube from outside, and the inner space is like a cave and ergonomically desgined. The pavillon is made of layers of plywood, which makes it transparent and separated at the same time. There are two bench-like expansions inside. At the top of the pavillon an infintemirror has been placed to add depth to it’s inner space.

 

 
 

Tortoasis

Designed by: Építész Klub BME

It’s a colorful, shady and cosy place where you can recharge your batteries with creative energies before the next awesome party. It’s a place where you can find a shelter from the sun and rest insinde on a comfortable pillow – just like a tortose in its shield. It’s a simple structure made of 2 meters long wooden elements built with a special technique called nexorade. The holes between the rods are filled with painted textiles which we will make together during the course of the festival. A place where you can refresh the memories of last night and get ready for the spectacular new adventures waiting for you.

 

 
 

Tower Of Freedom

Designed by: Mert Gönül & Ece Yuyar

The concept is based on two main lines linked between stages. It creates a square that’ll define or area. Giving it’s height occured by rotating and scaling the sqare upwards inspired by movements of the people at the festival. It shows itself first when the visitors enter to the zone.

 

 
 

UFO Family

Designed by: Nívós Társaság

The installation depicts a flying saucer that fell into the festival's territory and the extra-terrestrial family that flew it. These creatures slowly started to get used to their new environment. They built a tent, got a picnic-table, and even tried to blend into the festival's atmosphere with their outfit.

 

 

Spaceshuttle 3.0

Designed by: Kolonocs Kitty, Zsadányi Hajnalka, Ángyán Gergő, Ángyán Pál, Hajdu Bence, Pálmai Melinda, Sokorai Attila

April had her best party last year in Sziget Festival, so she decided to come back with her best friends. Their new, updated spaceshuttle landed near the Arena Stage, look for them in the spacey forest.

 

 

Leaves

Designed by: Kárpáti Eszter, László Ildikó, Nagy Veronika

The creators are future industrial designers from Pécs, Hungary, who decided to create an installation where people can make friends, hide from the hot sun or just relax before the next concert. The giant leaves from iron and colored strings provide these things. The installation is named Magic field because the creators hope that everyone will get the feeling that they are on the land of a fairy tale.

 

 
 

Storm tents

Designed by: MOME Média design

It aims to give shelter for Szitizens who flee from the hardships of weather. Warms you up when it’s raining outside, but cools you down in a massive heat.

 

 

Xylobamboo

Designed by: Albert Kristóf, Garai Ilka, Hartai Krisztina

Xylobamboo is an interactive installation which is not only a decorative piece of art but also gives an opportunity to connect with fellow festival visitors while being entertaining. Xylobamboo is basically a statue like implementation of a xylophone. You can make it play with the help of the bamboo tubes and the small hanging sticks. More people or groups of friends are welcomed to play it together thanks to its large size.

 

 
 

Zoo Chairs

Designed by: Tsikura

Deck-chairs made as different animals. They are made from sackcloth stuffed with thatch or straw. The sizes allow 2 lying people or 2 sitting. They are also mobile and easy to move.