It will probably never happen...but there is a possibility...each year, we pursue a few leads...
For the last handful of years, I've been incubating a plan to build a scuba "base" on my favorite island, just a short distance from Tokyo by boat, but a world away in atmosphere and lifestyle.
If we can find property reasonably (the most challenging step), my wife and I would build what at first would be a place for folks to camp or stay in cabins, utilizing our favorite dive center for tanks and fills (as usual). A grill would provide all the food needs. Now, we use small hotels called minshuku for stay and meals.
Background finished, now to the question. I'd like to make the place as hammock friendly as possible. Each year, I'd build a simple bunkhouse (or two) and I'm brainstorming designs that might allow bunk beds on the walls and hammock attachments points as well. These would be bare-bones bunk houses, to sleep around 6 people.
Any of the fold-down bunk designs I can think of would block the wall once they folded up or down (and hide any of the wall-mounted attachment hardware).
Has anyone seen or done anything that might be helpful in this pursuit?