MOLO: A NEW SOFTWALL

February, 26 2013 10:00

Posted inInner Ideas

Feel like changing the décor in your house, but don’t know where to start? Do you live in a studio flat and want to create a nice intimate area separated from the rest?

 

 Kraft paper modules

 

Molo, a Canadian studio based in Vancouver led by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, have come up with a modular partition called “softwall + softblock system” that allows you to flexibly transform the space around you. Made of either fabric or kraft paper, these partitions expand, contract and flex as necessary thanks to their honeycomb structure, and can be easily folded and stored away when not needed.

 

 Kraft paper modules

 

Its flexible cellular structure makes the partition a sound dampener, while the translucent/opaque versions “can sculpt the light of a space”, creating ambience and intimacy. The modules can also be connected together with the concealed magnets, as well as anchored to any steel or magnetic surface.

 

 Fabric modules

 

A new concept for arranging space and a flexible alternative to building walls!

 

 LED modules

 

 LED modules

 

Images from molodesign.com