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Fab Lab Pop-Up Furniture & Jewelry @ Molecule, Santa Fe

A Molecule / Fab Lab Alliance: At Molecule Design 1226 Flagman Way, Santa Fe NM Opening reception: 5pm to 7pm, Friday November 2, 2018 FabLab work on display through November 30, 2018   Molecule Design and Fab Lab Hub in Santa Fe, NM, are pleased to announce a pop-up show by creators working with local Fab […]

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Welcome to inspired outdoor living!

It is the time of the year to indulge in the beautiful weather and outdoor culture the Southwest has to offer. Spending time with friends at home or glam-camping; enjoying opera season and the many things that New Mexico has to offer. Take a look at some furniture ideas that will make your outdoor living […]

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. […]

Biophotovoltaics – generating energy from photosynthesis

Two Cambridge University departments — the science-driven Biochemistry lab and the design-focused Institute for Manufacturing — have teamed up to dream up biophotovoltaic devices of the future. Biophotovoltaics generate renewable energy (and a few other useful by-products) from the photosynthesis of living organisms like algae and moss. Prototype devices have recently been constructed and tested in […]

Exploring, Through Design, the Big Ideas and Issues of Our Time

Re-posted from Designers & Books, by Susan S. Szenasy, Editor in Chief, Metropolis Magazine. I was asked to identify some “notable design books” I came across during my 25 years as editor in chief of Metropolis (the magazine is 30 this year—2011). I would, instead, like to talk about books that have, or should have, influenced our culture and the […]

White Goat turns office paper into toilet paper

Reposted from TechCrunch.  What we have here is a machine that automatically turns office paper into toilet paper. It’s called White Goat (seriously) and is made by a Japanese company called Oriental [JP]. The way it works is simple: You just feed the machine with about 40 sheets of office (or whatever) paper, wait for 30 minutes […]

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Inauguration of the Molecule space, September 2010

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 […]