We love the softwalls created by Vancouver’s innovative design studio Molo – they are both beautiful and functional. This dynamic and free standing partition system can be compacted for ease of storage and when needed expanded to form a beautiful room divider or screens. The softwall is constructed using high quality Tyvek or Kraft paper. The magnetic ends of the softwall hold it together when compacted for storage but also allow pieces of the modular system to be connected together. When compressed the softwall is less than 50mm thick and can be hung on a wall for storage. It can be extended to a maximum of 4.5m in length and is available in heights up to 3m. These wall systems are great for dividing large open spaces.

The honeycomb design allows the wall to shift and create flexible shapes and its cellular structure works to absorb sound. The softwall is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

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The most recent additions to the softwall family are the softwall with LED lights which take advantage of the transparent qualities of the honeycomb structure to create a beautiful lit room divider. The creative team at molo have also taken advantage of their material innovation to create fun lights and seating systems. Check them out!

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