"molo softwalls provided an easy and elegant solution for the Architecture & Design Film Festival to create a pop-up screening area in a large, open gallery space. Two people were rapidly able to reconfigure the space by expanding and connecting the flexible partitions. The softwalls not only beautifully defined the screening area, creating privacy and blocking out unwanted light, but their acoustic qualities also allowed the audience to fully enjoy the films. On the other side of the walls, people waiting for a showing could talk, laugh, and enjoy drinks without disturbing the screening.
The products’ modularity and flexibility served multiple purposes for us. Throughout the space, ADFF also used softwalls to create a coatroom, hide AV equipment, direct traffic flow, and highlight our sponsors." — Architecture & Design Film Festival, United States and Canada
"The 2020 launch tour of the all new 100% electric Fiat 500 La Prima was planned for 18 different locations in The Netherlands and Luxemburg, moving every week. This required us to find a solution that was portable and easy to install/uninstall.
We used molo softwall and softseating to facilitate the quick installation of an expo/presentation area within Fiat dealerships without the need for tools. Using molo's original packaging, we were able to efficiently and securely transport the products between installations.
At the beginning of the project, we had our concerns working with a vendor outside of Europe and at a time zone with 9 hours time gap. With the attentive assistance of molo's team, we were able to deploy each location smoothly and as we envisioned." — The Red Line, Belgium
"molo was integral to our trade fair stand concept, which won a SILVER Award at the World Exhibition Stand Awards. Their products are beautifully designed and allowed us to meet the brief of delivering a truly environmentally friendly exhibition stand with a low carbon footprint. The patina which developed on the top of the seats over the course of the show gave the stand a lived in feel which added to the overall impact of the design." — Dijon Designs, United Kingdom
"When I first encountered molo, the only solution out there for trade shows and elegant affairs was pipe and drape. molo's softwall + softblock system offered a striking solution: aesthetically beautiful partitioning that could shape freestanding curves and contours, packing up in a small box at the end of the evening.
Then molo introduced their lighting and the collection took on a whole new meaning for me. Suddenly, softwalls + softblocks could be transformed into glowing partitions by inserting flexible LED ribbons within, and luminous cloud forms floated overhead. The poetry and ambiance were an alluring paradox to the steel, the concrete floors of event space.
Whether it is creating a baffle for a changeover at a wedding, a private meeting space at a conference, backdrops for bar setups or developing full fair identity for clients like Informa, softwall + softblock has expanded the creative and functional possibilities I can offer my clients. It is a chameleon product in that it can tell so many different stories while at the same time maintaining its own. Stephanie + Todd make things creatable for other people." — Taylor Creative Inc., United States
"We often present molo products to our residential and commercial clients as a solution for accomodating ambitious programming within a space that requires flexible variations in use. I've personally lived with molo fanning stools for over six years as additional seating when hosting dinners at my home and for larger meetings at our studio—it's great to be able to pull them out from a storage cabinet. The molo team is very helpful and provides great support in walking you through project requirements. I highly recommend this product." — Gaile Guevara Studio, Canada
"molo's softwalls, benchwalls and cloud softlight made it possible to flexibly change office functions while minimizing the construction work. The specifications were also versatile enough to accommodate changes in the office layout, such as securing social distance through the pandemic." — BLURRY, Japan
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