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'Cantilevered Paper Worktables' by Stephanie Forsythe & Todd MacAllen for Molo

‘Cantilevered Paper Worktables’ by Stephanie Forsythe & Todd MacAllen for Molo

Vancouver-based molo’s installation at Orgatec 2014, created entirely with eye-catching, rich, black paper, includes a new cantilevered worktable that flat packs to be stored away when not in use.



'Pop-Up Generation, Design Between Dimensions' - exhibition view; photo by Tim Eshuis

Pop-up shops, pop-up restaurants, pop-up clubs – the list of this recent phenomenon which continues to sweep across the globe and seems to be lasting longer than the temporary enterprises it designates could go on and on. But it is not only the flash retailing or consuming that ‘Pop-Up Generation, Design Between Dimensions’, the new exhibition curated by the renowned forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort which opened few days ago (13 December) at MOTI, Museum of the Image in Breda, Netherlands, is devoted to. (more…)

Thu 24.3.

‘hobo lantern’ by molo (CA) at Milan Design Week

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 24.03.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'hobo lantern' tyvek bag by molo

Without using names – we all know what kind of effect flashy (maybe golden) press bags can have during Milan’s Design Week. This year the Canadian manufacturer molo will introduce this nice and handy accessory, a tyvek bag with an energy-efficient LED light source glowing through the delicate pattern of translucent fibres. ‘hobo lantern’ will be available on molostore.com on April 12, 2011 – the first day of Design Week in Milan!


Mon 6.12.

‘Cappello’ by molo (CA)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 06.12.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Cappello' by molo

The Canadian manufacturer molo, especially known for its sophisticated paper furniture and room deviders, recently unveiled a new floor lamp. ‘Cappello’ is lit by LED. The lampshade, a paper “cap” – or cappello in Italian – is set upon a cylinder of soft white Carrara marble. The cylinder piece actually comes out of the hole bored through the marble block-shaped base for Arco, the iconic floor lamp designed by the Castiglioni brothers and manufactured by Flos.


Thu 8.7.

‘Cloud Softlight’ by molo (CA)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 08.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Cloud Softlight' by molo

The Canadian manufacturer molo is specialised in flexible honeycomb structures made from paper and textiles of which they create room deviders, furniture and interior lighting. ‘Cloud Softlight’ is the newest product of the Vancouver based company. It is available in four different sizes and can create a luminous overhead canopy, hung in clusters, tailored to the individual space they are shaping. Light source: LED


'Softblock' by molo

'softblock' by molo

molo is a Canadian manufacturer and design studio dedicated to materials research and an exploration of space making. The paper room devider ‘Softblock’ designed by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen exemplifies molo´s ideas of intimate, temporal space making and the original thinking behind all their products.

With LED application

With LED application

The elements of the soft collection have been designed to be used and reused in variable and dynamic ways; replacing the need for more costly, inflexible alternatives of partitioning and arranging space. Despite being made from the light weight materials of paper and non-woven textiles, the honeycomb geometry lends these structures high strength and flexible resilience with an economy of material resource.

‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ modular system consists of building blocks and free standing partition walls in a variety of sizes, two materials and three colours. All elements in the ‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ modular system connect together with concealed magnets in an almost seamless way with the vertical joints blending with the rhythm of the vertically pleated structures.

'Softwall' and 'Softblock' by molo

'softwall' and 'Softblock' by molo

‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ further provides a medium for shaping acoustics and light within a space. The cellular structure and vertical pleats that run the course of an expanded wall serve to dampen sound while translucent or opaque versions of softwall can sculpt the light of a space.

Recognized for its poetic and pragmatic beauty and innovation, ‘softwall’ and ‘softseating’ have been acquired by several museums, including the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

more molo products @ Architonic

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘softblock’ modular system with LED lighting by molo