Staxxiom: Startup creates functional eco-friendly furniture that requires no tools to build

Eco-friendly furniture startup Staxxiom is creating click-to-assemble furniture that is made from natural, eco-friendly materials and requires no tools to build.

Staxxiom aims to take the stress out of flat pack furniture by designing panels that slide into place and click together. The patented click-to-assemble technology requires no tools nor additional hardware for setup.

Staxxiom’s products are designed with FSC-certified wood, non-toxic finishes, sustainably sourced materials and high-density fiberboard that meets the E1 adhesive rating to ensure low formaldehyde off-gassing.

The startup’s furniture collection includes stools, end tables, media cabinets and benches all designed in a minimalist style to suit any space.

Every Staxxiom piece is designed to last 20-plus years, stay functionally relevant across multiple life-stage uses, and support weights that would flatten other brands, according to the brand. The smallest item in the collection, the Kailua stool, can support up to 500 pounds.

Founded by husband-and-wife team Richard Langone and Leilei Peng, Staxxiom says: “We designed our flat-pack furniture concept to be simple to build with no tools required, modern in design and versatile for any room at any life-stage. Cool furniture you can build in just minutes, made from quality eco-friendly materials that can last a lifetime.”

The husband-and-wife team launched Staxx in 2017 with its first-generation of “friction-only assembly” furniture, custom made to order from 100% Scandinavian birch plywood for the B2B industry.

They have chosen Kickstarter to launch their next generation of affordable, eco-friendly furniture – Staxxiom – to engage a much bigger market.


Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living. 

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