So, my wife and I are about to move into our new home.
We've been building this place for more than 6 years now.
Granted 3+ years were spent in a legal battle with our original contractor.
And another year was lost to repairs and what not.
But here's the deal:
The whole house is built out of concrete and steel. Originally, the concrete was going to be exposed. So that would have been easy for hanging hammocks.
But because of the repairs, the walls were ugly, ugly, ugly. So we put in thin steel studs and hung drywall.
Our roof is also steel, with steel purlins.
Obviously, those thin steel wall studs are not weight-bearing. Screwing into those for hanging would be disastrous.
So, what would you engineer types recommend?
Bonus: I have a CNC plasma cutter, welders, etc. and can fabricate just about any bracket we can dream up for this application.
The only thing I can come up with is cutting through the drywall to expose some concrete. Then coming up with some sort of bracket that attaches to the concrete but sits flush with the drywall.