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molo design - soft collection

It is great to be back from holidays to receive amazing images and information from molo design about their soft collection, which I cannot wait to share.

softroom, 2007

Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, are the architecturally trained designers behind molo design's soft collection. soft is a collection of flexible honeycomb seating, walls, building blocks, that has grown to include entirely encosed rooms and housing -all expandable and collapsible. The collection started with the award-winning paper and textile softwall space partition, which originated from the desire for flexible and spontaneous space-making. Available in paper and kraft paper, soft has since developed to include a range in water and tear-resistant, non-woven textile material.

softseating, 2007
kraft paper

The collection features lightweight and readily recyclable materials that reflect age elegantly. The strength of the honeycomb geometry does not only offer economy of material resource, but even as the surface of the material softens, the product maintains its structural integrity.

[images and text provided by molo design. Thank you Anna!]

molo design is located at 1470 Venables Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada V5L 2G7; Tel: (604)696 2501. For more information visit molo design.

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