Slow Glow Lamp, available through Molecule

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Next Architects designed Slow Glow Lamp for Droog, from Holland.  The light source is immersed in fat. As the heat of the bulb gradually melts the substance and reveals an intriguing process: the light glows brighter and brighter and the lamp becomes warmer and warmer in a comforting way.

Next Architects are Bart Reuser, Marijn Schenk, Michel Schreinemachers and John van de Water. They trained at Delft University of Technology and teach at a number of educational institutes. Before starting Next Architects, they worked for various leading Dutch architecture firms.

About Adriana Siso

Molecule Design Store was launched in September 2010 at 1226 Flagman Way in the lively Baca Railyard District. Adriana Siso founded her design store in 2002 in a previous location in Santa Fe, NM. With a background in Fine Arts, Adriana has been an innovator and influencer, bringing to the Santa Fe area, original and unique design products by some of the best contemporary and innovative industrial design firms in the world. Molecule operates out of a recycled and renovated shipping container building in Santa Fe, the first of its kind in the city. Sustainability is an important area of interest and ongoing exploration for Molecule, which offers product lines with a focus on conservation and ecological stewardship. The store keeps an active annual schedule featuring the work of local designers, fabricators and artists, as well as of national and international design firms through multiple events and alliances.

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