The X-Hocker’s design originated from a research project that examined the possibilities and limits of CNC precision cutting for traditional wood connections, a crossroad between analogue & digital. It was further developed for a private home in Switzerland and first used publicly in the Pérez Art Museum in Miami.
Many different forms and variations tested the idea of pure wooden leg joints that appear simple but are in fact complex, creating a large family of objects. The X-Hocker is assembled from four CNC cut wooden legs that interlock and cross at a single, central knot.
The X-Hocker is made in Switzerland.