Brilliant origami-like paper furniture creates portable rooms that can pop up anywhere
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Founded by Canadian architects Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, molo studio showcased their ‘soft collection,’ a line of honeycomb paper furnishings, at Greenbuild 2015. The flat-pack structures expand like an accordion and flex to create sculptural partition walls, seating, tables, lighting, and even storage units. Made mostly of air, the honeycomb geometry allows the space-saving lightweight units to expand from a thickness of less than two inches to over 15 feet in length. Magnetic end...