The Y-shaped connector is designed with 120°angles, is the main structural element and is the basis for a variety of combinations. The geometry/ cross-section of the wooden legs is asymmetrical so that all the surfaces facing the user have a big fillet on it. This prevents involuntary injuries and should result in an inviting overall aesthetics of the furniture.
This product features HPL and powder-coated metal. Please refer to the materials page for color options.
SIXINCH USA’s goal is to reduce impacts to human and environment health by evaluation and control of chemicals of concern in our processes and facilities.
Comparing materials and chemicals found on the Red List we find that SIXINCH products meet the criteria for specification of Living Building Challenge buildings. The Living Building ChallengeSM 2.1 is a complex initiative and is not limited to compliance with a list of materials and chemicals, but clearly states the intent of environmental responsibility in product design and specification. For SIXINCH this is an on-going commitment and will involve continuous improvement.
We look forward to sharing more about our journey to even deeper sustainability. For more information visit our Environmental/Testing Information page.
Rainer studied Furniture Design at the Denmarks Design Skole Copenhagen, Product Design at the University of Arts Berlin and completed his degree in Industrial Design (Prof. Paolo Piva) at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. His open-minded approach allows Rainer Mutsch to invite an element of play into his work.