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How To Set Up A Home Office You Can Actually Work In

Nowadays, thanks to the pandemic and the rise of virtual meeting technology, more people than ever are working from home. If you’re one of those people but you’re struggling to stay focused and complete your tasks on time, you might be suffering from the lack of a functional home office.  In this article, we’ll tell […]

LIFE IN FLUX – To Challenge Apathy in the 21st Century

jamie hamilton aerial performance, 2016, undisclosed location

“My sole aim is to leave everything in suspension, in flux, in order to avoid our community solidifying into a conventional academy. Our initial resources may be few, but our spirits are high, receptive, and excited, and that seems to me to be the most important thing right now”. Walter Gropius, architect, founder of the […]

The Dwan Light Sanctuary, Las Vegas, NM

Dawn Light Sanctuary

Re-posted from Atlas Obscura. Located on the campus of the United World College, the Dwan Light Sanctuary uses prisms instead of windows to transform the light that enters the building into a lattice of rainbows. The peaceful room was created by Virginia Dwan as a multi-purpose space for meditation, reflection, or even religious practice. Eschewing a […]

1st Annual Baca Railyard Block Party, Santa Fe, NM

Baca Railyard is inviting the public to its first Annual Block Party event to celebrate a great alliance of art and design business and the consolidation of its location as the southern end of the Santa Fe Railyard development.  June 23, 2017, from 5 PM to 8 PM. Located in mid-town Santa Fe, Baca Railyard has become the new Santa Fe […]

Launching Moroso in New Mexico

Molecule Design is proud to introduce and celebrate a new partnership with Italian Industrial Design star Moroso with an opening, Friday June 23rd, 2017, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM., to conicide with the 1st Annual Baca Railyard District Block Party. Moroso has been working in close collaboration with some of the world’s most talented […]

2017 Salone de Mobile Milan – Fuorisaloni

After visiting the Salone del Mobile, Molecule also had a chance to visit Milano’s energetic design areas outside the Fiera.  Events connected to Salone del Mobile, called – FuoriSalone abound. Design schools, small shops, and other venues open their doors and offer exhibits. Wherever you walk, design breathes the freshness of inspiration and new ideas. […]

Gabriela Ligenza launches 3-D printed hats for Ascot

These stunning 3-D printed hat designs by Gabriela Ligenza caught yours truly by surprise! Design thinking like this lightens our step and inspires a smile. We love Gabriela’s work. Molecule becomes an instant fan! Interview by Dezeen Magazine. Re-posted June 20, 2014 Milliner Gabriela Ligenza, who originally trained as an architect and interior designer, has launched […]

The Heat is On: Latin American Design hits New York

Re-posted from ARCHITONIC by Simon Keane-Cowell, Zürich, Switzerland As the world’s busiest revolving door, New York is no stranger to new cultural sights and influences. The 2013 New York Design Week saw a raft of Latin American designers and design collectives exhibit their highly polished and conceptually impressive work to an enthusiastic audience. It’s hot in the city. […]

Design Lab Awards Pre-Fab Architecture and Digital Dresses – Santa Fe, NM

Written by Ellen Berkovitch, October 11, 2012. Re-posted from Adobe Airstream   Design Lab at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art last Friday night presented entries including a tornado house fantasy design for windy midwestern cities, an urban backyard chicken coop with implications for the biological clock of the chickens, and “intriguing innovations in form” across visionary […]

Marva Griffin, founder of Salone Satellite, Milan, Italy

Marva Griffin

Written by Nadine Rubin Nathan for Material Connexion, 2012. Marva Griffin, Founder and Curator of Salone Satellite at Salone del Mobile, and International Press Relations of Fondazione Cosmit Eventi from Milan. In 1999 designer Carlo Contin had the idea to arrange a group of uniform spokes into a simple geometric form. The result was an […]

The Art of Seating: Two Hundred Years of American Design – Traveling Exhibition

The Art of Seating, organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville and the Jacobsen Collection of American Art, presents a survey of exceptional American chair design from the early 19th century to the present day. The chair is experienced not only as a functional item, but as sculptural in view—the chair as art. Each of […]

Inauguration of the Molecule space, September 2010

experimental music at molecule

The completed space finally! We opened on September 30, 2010.  The space houses the Molecule Design Store, in the making. The structure is the first shipping container building in Santa Fe, NM. Builder, Borrego Construction; architectural plans, Gerry Chavez Architect; engineering, Bill Druc Engineering;  concept, sourcing and research, Adriana Siso, 3d drawings, A. Siso. For […]

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