6x6: Driven by Flexibility

Nicholas Bewick on the system designed for Cesare Roversi

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6x6: Driven by Flexibility
14/05/2019 - 6x6 is born from the encounter of the Italian company Cesare Roversi with the architect Nicholas Bewick: an open solution that uses a system of natural wood frames suitable for many types of interior environments.



In the world of interior design and contemporary architecture, there is a growing demand to provide new solutions that can be flexible and sustainable at the same time. At the base of the concept of flexibility there are small and decisive inventions, joints and connections, that allow the overall machine to move and adapt to every situation, often in the most unexpected way.

Inspired by the theme of the wooden joint, Cesare Roversi and Nicholas Bewick thought about ‘a solution that would be easy to assemble, perfect for creating spaces through a mechanical system that adapts to any situation. We removed all superfluous elements to create a sustainable product, in which everything can be dismantled and recycled’. 6x6

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Thanks to its simple connection system, the structure and the components can be easily assembled and dismantled for future adaptation. The interlocking joint, with its oval shape creates an original detail to connect laminated wood profiles.

Built to perfection with ancient and contemporary materials. A universal basis for making furnishing systems for the home, work, hospitality and leisure time, something that does not separate, but creates a constant dialogue between different activities.

6x6 is entirely made in Italy and designed for a worldwide market in compliance with international regulations that favor the choice and use of sustainable materials and production processes that reduce waste and energy consumption. Its reusability, and simple disassembly support its full recyclability as a key sustainability feature which in turn helps safeguard our environment for the benefit of future generations.


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Nicholas Bewick + Marco Roversi_photo ©Stefano Galluzzi

Nicholas Bewick + Marco Roversi_photo ©Stefano Galluzzi

Nicholas Bewick_photo ©Stefano Galluzzi

Nicholas Bewick_photo ©Stefano Galluzzi

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