Meetings don’t need to be in the conference room anymore. Spark your creativity by sitting on the soft seat of the Tapa by SIXINCH®. Made of individual islands consisting of poufs that turn on a pivot, Tapa combines the functionality of a sofa, chair, side table and stool into one unique modular system. The Tapa Square is ideal for commercial public spaces.
SIXINCH® is proud to partner with the top textile companies in the industry to provide an extensive offering of fabrics. Fabrics can be specified using our standard ordering process, eliminating the need for additional expense and efforts required for COMs. Visit our Graded-In Fabrics page for more information on surface materials and pricing.
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.
Mac Stopa is an award winning architect and designer, whose work spans several design disciplines: architecture, interior design, industrial design, art, graphic design, and fashion. He is the founder of Massive Design, an award-winning architectural design firm specializing in corporate interiors.