30 Jun '11, 2am

@molostudio and @archforhumanity inspire 100s to make wishes + support Japan reconstruction

@molostudio and @archforhumanity inspire 100s to make wishes + support Japan reconstruction

Molo's Wishing Wall and Paper Cranes for Japan Draw Crowds Posted by Sarah Bush on Jun 29, 2011 Together, Architecture for Humanity and Molo Design inspired hundreds of visitors at the recent Dwell on Design conference in Los Angeles, California to add their hopes and dreams to a wishing wall in exchange for paper cranes folded through Students Rebuild. The idea behind Molo's "wishing wall" was inspired by the Students Rebuild and DoSomething.org’s Paper Cranes for Japan initiative. Molo designed a paper softwall and cylindrical seats to serve as Architecture for Humanity's booth at the conference. The softwall, an intricately folded partition system that stands on its own, had slits in it where passers-by were asked to insert wishes written on slips of paper. Most often curious and touched, sometimes surprised and occasionally skeptical, people wrote their wishes and adde...

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It was standing room only at Architecture for Humanity's Design Open Mic at the Dwell on Design conference in Los Angeles ...