As anyone who reads this blog regularly knows, I love innovative design, particularly if it has a green spin. A Canadian design and manufacturing company called molo has a line of stools, benches and loungers called “soft,” which utilizes flexible honeycomb structures made from “simple lightweight sheets of humble materials such as paper and non-woven textiles.” These unique pieces, according to their web site, “have been designed to be used and re-used in a flexible and dynamic way, replacing the need for more costly and inflexible alternatives for partitioning and arranging space.” Visit molo design, ltd. to view the soft collection. Contact for more information.

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