Sitting Pretty

  Based on time-honored Mayan hammock weaving technology, the Acapulco lounger chair (pictured) unifies tradition with innovation and harmonizes the function of ergonomic comfort with retro-modern aesthetic form. The Acapulco is in every way cool. The weave perfectly cradles the body within its clean lines and offers a character of casual sophistication. Plus, they’re light […]

 

Based on time-honored Mayan hammock weaving technology, the Acapulco lounger chair (pictured) unifies tradition with innovation and harmonizes the function of ergonomic comfort with retro-modern aesthetic form. The Acapulco is in every way cool. The weave perfectly cradles the body within its clean lines and offers a character of casual sophistication. Plus, they’re light and easy to clean. Made by Innit Designs, this classic chair is constructed in a factory right here in Gardena. The chair is available in multiple colors and forms, including a rocker, bar stool, ottoman and junior edition. Blend some margaritas and watch the world go by in style.

 

About the Artist:

Paul Yacht, the founder and principal of Innit, started in design working in Toronto’s film industry as a set decorator. In 2002 a slowed industry gave him the push to move to Puerto Escondido, Mexico, to follow a lifelong dream of learning how to surf and living easy on the beach. He opened a small bookstore/surf shop/bar/cinema on this surf-beach and used chairs similar to the Acapulco as seating. After receiving requests from people all over the world for these chairs, he decided to perfect the designs, polish them and export them, with everything handmade entirely in the U.S. and Canada. For more, visit innitdesigns.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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