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The LOOM takes its form from the weaving mills of the North of England that proved to be the fuel behind the industrial revolution and the onset of the Great British Empire.

In a playful twist, the Loom, traditionally a machine hard at work creating 2000 wefts or ‘picks’ per minute, is now imitating the great British deck chair and the swinging hammock.

A simple timber reinforced frame holds 2 rolls of fabric which rotate to deliver tailored comfort to the user. The user can adjust the fabric to 3 positions, to sit, lounge or lie.

higgins + higgins

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