6×6 is not a product, it is an open solution that uses a system of natural wood frames, that can be customized with different finishing materials and accessories, to create unlimited configurations of furnishing and space dividers, suitable for many types of interior environments. Thanks to its simple connection system, the structure and the components can be easily assembled and dismantled for future adaptation.

The simple interlocking joint, with its oval shape, invented by architect Nicholas Bewick, creates an elegant detail to connect laminated wood profiles. An innovative and new iconic joint in the world of design.

  • Ash
  • Oak
  • Mahogany
  • Walnut
  • Laquered
The elements that make up the 6x6 system
Patented 6x6 joint



Nicholas Bewick was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Great Britain and undertook his architectural studies at Canterbury School of Architecture and is a member of the RIBA. Following his practical training and initial professional experiences at Michael Hopkins Architects in London he moved to Milan in 1985 to undertake a Master in Design at the Domus Academy. After completing the course he started his long term collaboration and partnership with Michele De Lucchi. The success of projects for Deutsche Bank and Deustche Bahn led to the foundation of Studio and Partners which he helped lead. Nicholas re-entered Michele De Lucchi Studio (Now called AMDL Circle) in 2010 where he has been responsible for projects such as the UniCredit Pavilion in Milan. Today he is the studio art director leading research and concepts for the development of ltalian and international architectural projects.


6x6 is born to be an open system that can be it can be configured and sized for the needs of each different project. In addition to total dimensional freedom, 6x6 is also flexible in the choice of finishes and in the integration of products and accessories.

The adaptability of the 6x6 frame is testimony to Cesare Roversi's care and passion in developing and executing habitats that combine a wide range of specially selected materials and refined details that allow each personality to be reflected.

  • Work

    Freedom, sharing and wellbeing are the key words of the Smart working culture, a growing sensitivity towards a less hierarchical, more creative work place. Smart is not just about technology or working from home. It does not mean simply changing working hours, nor is it a shared desk in an open space. It is the redefinition of new types of spaces, where freedom and sharing improve one’s wellbeing, creating connections with others and offering the choice of how to work together.

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  • Home

    Comfort, beauty and flexibility are the key words of new domestic environments for those who design and inhabit them. The house has always been the privileged place of our lives, a place of the soul, a place that reflects our aspirations and our identity, where the intimate part of our daily life takes place, and that is why by questioning it’s meaning we continue to ask who we are, and how we want to live in the future

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  • Host

    Understanding, experience and local culture are the key words of the new design philosophy in the hotel industry, a way to make the experience of hospitality unique and unforgettable. It is a complete transformation in the design of hotels, no longer just perfect places in terms of comfort, but unique places in terms of experience. No longer simple destinations, but places where you can relax your mind, getting what you need and what you desire. True luxury today, is being listen to and being undstood.

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  • Display

    Relevance, articulation and communication are the key words for every new display project. Today, the aim of each installation is the effective transmission of commercial, educational or representative content, aimed at the consumer of the product, representing its concept, its promotion, its intelligence and influence. Exhibiting is therefore an extraordinary means of communication, which alone simultaneously transmits visual, acoustic and tactile information and which allows displayed objects to enter into a relationship with people and the surrounding space

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  • Catalogue

    How the 6x6 system was born, discover its versatility and areas of use.

  • Archi Vision

    Roversi Design Award, contest organized by Cesare Roversi with the aim of exploring the themes of working, living and having fun in the 4.0 era.

  • Design your life – Brochure

    Microspaces that reflect the adaptability of the 6x6 system to the evolution of the various areas of contemporary life.