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molo design | cloud floor light + cloud table light

Lighting molo | cloud floor light + cloud table light

molo | cloud floor light + cloud table lightStephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, co-founders and lead designers of the Canadian multidisciplinary design studio molo, today announce the official release of two new designs into the award winning soft collection – cloud floor softlight + cloud table softlight. These two new lamps present an elegant addition to molo’s award winning modular soft collection.

molo | cloud floor light + cloud table light

molo | cloud floor light + cloud table lightThe white textile shade of cloud – comprised of hundreds of cellular honeycomb-like forms – is lit internally by energy-efficient LED and radiates a gentle, all around, ambient quality of light. The beautiful, low glare light emanating from cloud makes it ideal for reading, doing detailed work, or simply bringing a new impression to a space. Beneath the textile shade, the visually delicate, demountable wooden bases of cloud floor + table softlight make clever use of a flexible and hidden connection to elegantly join each of it’s three legs together.

molo | cloud floor light + cloud table light

molo | cloud floor light + cloud table light
To mark the occasion of this release, molo will be making available a limited number of cloud floor + table softlights for purchase at molostore + teahouse in Milan – a pop-up, on-site retail space that will be created by molo for Design Week. Echoing the flexibility, modular capacity, and explorative nature of the soft collection, molostore + teahouse will interchange and integrate the ideas of storefront, teahouse, and sculptural installation.  After the completion of Milan Design Week, cloud floor + table softlight will be made available at molostore.com and through molo Official Dealers worldwide.

Designer: molo design
Project name: cloud floor light + cloud table light
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