Swing Bar by
Duffy London


Product news: furniture brand Duffy London has surrounded this bar with swinging seats instead of stools.

Swing Bar by Duffy London

Duffy London suspended 24 chairs around all four sides of the rectangular Swing Bar.

Swing Bar by Duffy London

Hung on thin wires from a freestanding frame, the chairs appear to float in midair.

Swing Bar by Duffy London

The steel bar is powder coated in white, black or combinations of the two, plus other options on request.

Swing Bar by Duffy London

Duffy London previously used the same concept for a boardroom meeting table and we've also published a swinging sofa.

Other bar designs that have featured on Dezeen include one set among ribbed timber framework and another made of 420 IKEA storage boxes.

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  • JM

    I don’t know what to think. It can be fun, it can be boring.

    • Cherif

      More importantly, I think it would be unpractical in reality. It’s not so easy to get on a swinging chair, especially when you have a desk or a counter very close in front of you.

      • Concerned Citizen

        Not to mention trying to get out when you have a few drinks in you.

  • rubbish

    I came into the post hoping it was going to be about something a bit more saucy… :(

  • max

    It’s really cool because you cannot interact with anyone but the one at your table. It looks like a kindergarten for an adult. Good job. Keep on destroying club and bar atmosphere.

  • Reynaldo Nicholson Coe

    Love the idea. Your inner child has fun and you get to have a drink.

  • Concerned Citizen

    Not solved at all. The counter is at the wrong height, and there is no place along the bar without a swing.

  • DigitHAL 9000

    Anyway you could swing, it still sucks.