TIMBUR: A Digital Fabrication Company That Pioneered CNC Manufacturing For Interior Design – Molecule Online Launch

Whatever architectural or artistic dream you have for your business or home decor, Timbur can make it become a reality, layer by layer. Timbur is a digital fabrication company based out of NYC that changed the game in interior and exterior design when they were founded in 2009. They are a digital fabrication company, and they… Read More TIMBUR: A Digital Fabrication Company That Pioneered CNC Manufacturing For Interior Design – Molecule Online Launch

Electric Cars: The Tech That’s Changing The Automobile Industry

The automobile sector has undergone a rapid evolution with the advent of electric cars. This shift can be owed partly to the vital need to preserve the environment and partly to the advancement in technology.  Electric cars have revolutionized the world of transportation. While Tesla became a household name with respect to electric cars, more… Read More Electric Cars: The Tech That’s Changing The Automobile Industry

Growing in 2021: How to Make This Year Count – Tower Garden, a Molecule Store partner

Remember such a time last year? What did you foresee in the year ahead? What were your resolutions for the year? Chances are, your expectations for 2020 weren’t wholesomely met. Now that we’re all yet to adapt to our ‘new normal,’ this year is the ideal time to just reflect on yourself and be the… Read More Growing in 2021: How to Make This Year Count – Tower Garden, a Molecule Store partner

The Redemption of the Recycled – Loll Designs, a Molecule Store partner

Making miracles out of milk jugs: Loll Designs There is a regular need for milk—a staple source of calcium—but for milk jugs, not so much. When the contents are exhausted, these plastic containers lie around, stacked together like bulky bricks, often a constant source for comical mishaps. Not everyone can DIY their way into discarding… Read More The Redemption of the Recycled – Loll Designs, a Molecule Store partner

The Upside of Downsizing: Understanding the Tiny House Movement

In 2003, Alchemy Architects built the Arado weeHouse, a 336 sq ft minimalist cabin with rustic panels and floor-to-ceiling windows. Instead of being built on-site, the small architecture was pre-fabricated by Geoffrey C. Warner in-factory before it was transported via truck and assembled on a small slope. It stood prominently on two legs, overlooking the… Read More The Upside of Downsizing: Understanding the Tiny House Movement

Bamboo: A Decade of Breakthroughs – Greenington, a Molecule Store partner

It’s a renowned landscaping favorite: tall, slender poles shoot up in the sky with a cluster of thin, blade-like leaves that sway in the wind. As an indoor plant, bamboo requires little upkeep, with no to minimal fertilizer and water. In fact, this perennial plant can flourish on its own, independently sowing its culms that… Read More Bamboo: A Decade of Breakthroughs – Greenington, a Molecule Store partner

Design for the departed: An interview with Parting Stone’s Justin Crowe – Local Affiliations

For a long time, cremation has been considered as a taboo for the religious, a choice not many would take. In the 1980s, the cremation rate was just below 10%, but over the last few years, the US has seen it slowly taking over traditional burial. According to the Smithsonian Magazine, cremations account for 50.2%… Read More Design for the departed: An interview with Parting Stone’s Justin Crowe – Local Affiliations