Sun at Six’s debut wooden collection revolves around Chinese joint technique sun mao

No nails required: Sun at Six’s new collection is a celebration of Chinese traditional assembling techniques. Through intricate designs of the different pieces, each element of the Opening collection can be assembled by simply sliding them into one another.

Turning the “Made in China” ethos on its head to bring the country’s craftsmanship to the fore, the Brooklyn-based studio celebrates simplicity, traditions and the purity of materials.

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