Usable Chairs Made Entirely Out Of Paper [Pics]
Design firm Molo turns stationary into furniture, lighting and room dividers.
Molo, a Vancouver-based design and production firm founded by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, creates furniture, lighting, and room dividers that are all made of paper.
Molo’s products consist of a unique feature: honeycomb style creases that allow their products to expand up to a hundred times its compressed size. Their products are easy to install and don’t need special tools or hardware. Their furniture can support a great amount of weight.
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