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Flexible room divider made of paper – the modern partition of Molo
We present a flexible room divider paper, which can define the different areas of the house. Molo design is innovative and extremely practical.
Partition paper with a flexible form
Soft Wall is the new design of Molo - paper room divider is actually a flexible separation that can be expanded and collapsed. The partition can reach a length of 50 meters. Thank you to the innovative design that is influenced by Japanese art origami, the wall can be compressed up to 5 cm "length". In this way, the room divider paper takes no more space than a duvet. The system is available in standard or custom, and can reach a height of 3 meters if necessary. The model is available in black and white and can be made of paper or fabric. The design is becoming increasingly popular, not only in Europe but also in the United States.
Modern room divider paper is applied in home and office
Thank you to the new system is the room divider paper are widely used in our daily life - suitable for both home and office. You can also enjoy a spacious living room, separate the different fields as well if necessary. At the office, you can separate the reception area of the conference room. The room divider is delivered to the customer with integrated LED lighting. The paper has been specially treated and is extremely resistant partition. The design can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner, but it should not be washed with water.
Wallpaper - light and flexible
Innovative folding system - the spatial distribution can reach a height of up 3Meter
Wallsystem made of paper
White Paper on the wall - inspired by Japanese style
the spatial distribution of paper - green alternative