2015 Aid & Comfort Gala – A Flux Chair

Things are developing with great spirit for the holidays… Molecule donates a white Flux Chair to be auctioned at the Aid & Comfort Gala, Saturday Decemeber 5, 2015 at El Dorado Hotel, to benefit the patients, programs and services of Southwest Care Center, www.southwestcare.org .

Guest host will be Mayor Javier Gonzales. The “Shall We Dance?” programs will feature Juan Siddi Flamenco and the National Dance Institute of New Mexico. Flux Chair is an award-winning Dutch design. Looks like a giant envelope; turns into a designer chair. Simple. Inspired by an origami fold. Sweet piece for a sweet cause. Let’s help this contemporary design chair activate interest and many bids!

About Adriana Siso

Adriana Siso launched Molecule Design in September 2010, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Molecule is the extension of a previous furniture design store that was founded in 2003 as an expansion on a career in fine art, which she pursued for more than 30 years. She brings her talents and uncompromising quest for practical and original products to the world of home furnishings and space design. Molecule carries contemporary industrial designer products that are approachable, remarkable, cutting edge, made to last, life enhancing, sometimes irreverent, and timeless. Later in 2006, Adriana started the process of conceiving the new showroom space that would house the store. Partly sustainable, the structure was built out of 11 recycled 40′ cargo containers. Completed in December 2010, it became the first cargo container building in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Always an explorer, Adriana loves to engage in the realms of discovery and innovation. InContext/Molecule Design's Magazine, launched in December 2011, is the venue where she collects the great stories of creative thinkers, who in our current state of affairs, sometimes under great pressures and working outside the realm of imposed standards, achieve the impossible. It has been known that in times of great crisis, design flourishes. It is Molecule's mission to show this light.

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