softwall + softblock modular system 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. Recognized for its elegant innovation, softwall + softblock is a part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
Each colour + material changes the way softwall or softblock exists in space. textile softwall + softblock is available in translucent white and opaque black. White textile softwall + softblock comes to life when light transmits through its delicate pattern of translucent fibres and pleats.
Black textile softwall + softblock is dyed with a UV resistant bamboo charcoal ink, lending the material a velvety opaque sheen reminiscent of charred wood.
A stiff robust unbleached paper, it is 100% recyclable and made from 50% recycled fibre. It is available in a natural warm earthy brown and a dyed bamboo charcoal black.
softwall + softblock come in a variety of materials.
softwall + softblock also comes in kraft paper. A stiff robust unbleached paper, it is 100% recyclable and made from 50% recycled fibre. It is available in a natural warm earthy brown and a dyed bamboo charcoal black. kraft paper elements are fire retardant.
Dwell Modern World Awards creative category 2011
ICFF Editor’s Choice Awards exhibit 2010
ICFF Editor’s Choice Awards body of work 2006
softblock pieces start at $225 USD and go up to $1800 USD
softwalls start at $1200 USD and go up to $6000 USD
molo, based in Vancouver, Canada, is a collaborative design and production studio led by Stephanie Forsythe (B.EDS, M.ARCH) and Todd MacAllen (B.FA, B.EDS, M.ARCH).
The molo studio is dedicated to the research of materials and the exploration of space making. As a design and manufacturing company, molo creates and distributes its unique and innovative products to clients around the world.
molo products grow from Forsythe and MacAllen’s architectural explorations. Inspired by the idea that smaller tactile objects have a real potency in the physical experience of space, molo sets out to create objects that can define intimate, temporal spaces.
Recognized for poetic beauty and pragmatic innovation, molo’s products have received numerous international awards and have been acquired into the collections of museums and galleries worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.