Sometimes it’s simple, and smart. This is the case with Trixagon, where Kinnarps has used the hexagon, and exploited it to the max. Everything fits together, and there are infinite combination options for Kinnarps’ new range which includes tables, storage units and a stool.
The organic, playful design and the modularity of the range deliver unlimited options. Depending on how the products are positioned, completely different types of environments can be created – which is a major benefit if the need arises for the furniture to be rapidly rearranged, or a change is needed in the work environment. Moreover, the interesting design means that the furniture is equally suitable in an educational setting as in public and private work environments.
“Trixagon is about learning, communication and teaching. These three facets fit together in the same way as Trixagon’s furniture fits together. Trixagon symbolises development and dialogue, with the focus on results,” says Anne Reinholdt, architect at Kinnarps and one of the key players in this project.
Kinnarps is introducing Trixagon during 2013. Birch, beech or oak laminate, along with the colours white or grey, will be the standard options for tables and storage units. It will be possible to purchase the stool with a large number of different fabrics from Kinnarps’ range. Furthermore, it will be possible, as always for Kinnarps’ furniture, to make unique choices and special adaptations if a personal solution is required.
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Kinnarps was founded in 1942 by Jarl and Evy Andersson. Today Kinnarps is the leading supplier of interior design solutions in Europe and offers innovative and inspirational total solutions in some 40 countries. The company's wide range is designed for public environments with a focus on offices, schools, hospitals and healthcare facilities. Kinnarps works in close collaboration with internationally renowned designers and the products have won a large number of design awards. The Kinnarps Group has about 2,700 employees and its turnover in 2010/2011 totalled SEK 4.2 billion. Kinnarps complies with the leading eco-labelling demands and is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001.