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November 18, 2004

softwall

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From Molo Design in Vancouver, B.C., this soft, translucent and sculptural pre-fab wall expands from a one-inch thick sheaf to a 24-foot-long screen.

The accordion-like portable honeycomb-like partition is made from hundreds of layers of non-flammable paper that have been thermally bonded.

Light falling on the softwall from windows or fixtures is absorbed and contained within the layers, giving off luminosity from the inside similar in quality to that of a block of snow or ice.

Cca

Cool.

[via redferret.net]

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