Paper design: molo “softblocks” to reshape the space

Canadian design studio Molo specializes on researching various materials and exploring space and its reshaping. Designers Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen presented this idea of paper dividers for rooms called “Softblock”, which allows for flexibility in creating temporary spaces and greater intimacy – original solution, reflecting overall spirit of molo.

These elements are made of paper and non woven materials, however their honeycomb shape makes the wall stand hard and still, while leaving space for flexibility of use and economy on resources to produce such construction. Modules of the system are stick to each other with magnets, almost seamlessly

Softblocks and softwalls used with LED lights produce very intimate and cozy look & feel, appreciated for its poetic and pragmatic beauty and innovation, these solutions were acquired by several museums, including the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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