Kettal has debuted Molo XL, a modular sofa designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. Molo’s orthogonal geometry is based on a reticular modular design, which can be easily adapted to suit any situation and optimize the space in which it sits.
Each module can be taken apart and reorganized – creating new uses and configurations, including curves thanks to the 60° corner module. The design is aesthetically minimalistic with intentionally oversized pieces. Furthermore, the emphasis has deliberately not been placed on the decorative elements, but rather on the various combinations of fabrics, colors and carefully selected details, including optional edged seat and backrest cushions.
Molo also features three different leg systems in teak, concrete and a new low aluminum base.
“Molo, pier in English, jetée in French and embarcadero in Spanish, is a structure built on the shores of an ocean, sea, lake or river which extends from the land over the water; a mooring place for boats, a rest between trips and a refuge from the swell of the waves,” commented Dordoni. “A return to terra firma and people. Molo by Kettal offers a place of relaxation and reconnection.”
Photos: Courtesy of Kettal