Softwall and softblock modular system

April 7th, 2011 by retail design blog

Molo, based in Vancouver, Canada, is a collaborative design and production studio led by Stephanie Forsythe, Todd MacAllen  and Robert Pasut.

Softwall is a flexible freestanding partition system that can expand and contract to freely shape more intimate spaces within larger open areas.

The cellular structure of softwall + softblock serves to dampen sound while translucent or opaque versions sculpt the light of a space.

Available in three materials, including recycled lightweight tissue paper and recycled craft paper, all versions are surprisingly hardwearing and 100 percent recyclable.

The luminous version of softwall + softblock emphasizes the visual delicacy of the textile fibre making the expansion, contraction and fluid movement of soft all the more magical.

Via: www.molodesign.com and ‘1000 new eco designs’ by Rebecca Proctor

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