Molo design for space

January 22, 2008 at 3:24 am Leave a comment

Molo studio captures space with a distinctive flexible honeycomb structure to fan open into stools, benches and lounges. The geometry of the honeycomb structure allows for a modest amount of paper to take on surprisingly impressive strength.

paper soft seating structure is not intended to be disposable, or thought of for short term use – the paper in fact, gets better with age, as the surface texture of the paper edges softens with use over time into a pleasing natural patina. As the paper stools and lounges are used, the edges of the paper gently soften and crush, creating irregular facets that catch the light and form a unique organic pattern within the crisp honeycomb geometry of the structure. Although the surface of the paper softens, the stools and loungers maintain their structural integrity.

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