Rough life this guy has. Timing the tides. Towing his Sveglio Volo all the way across the beach and into the water. Settling into its hammock and getting a gentle rock going just as the sun starts to set. I bet it's a Thursday night or something too. And he's completely spent from a long week of stand up paddleboarding and checking the Internet to confirm how many tens of thousands of dollars his stocks and real estate investments made that morning.
Sveglio operates out of Big Sur, California, where it makes all of its Volo hammock rockers to order according to buyer color and fabric specifications. The Italian "Volo" translates to "I fly" in English, and though this lounger is neither suspended from the ground, nor able to lift off and leave it, the smooth design and easy motion of its frame are going for a weightless sensation. Settle in and you'll feel like you're floating. The Volo is also big enough for two, so in the right company floating might even elevate to soaring.
Volo frames are made of chromium-molybdenum alloy tubes, CNC-formed and TIG-welded by Sveglio's master welder. Electrostatic powder coatings come in the buyer's choice of Stardust Silver, Architectural Bronze, Sky White, and Black. Hammocks are fashioned from a double layer of Sunbrella outdoor fabric, or an exotic indoor textile or leather upon request. Build time is 6 to 8 weeks.
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