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Chocolate lamp by Alexander Lervik is built up on the concept of light versus dark, which we thinks works very well with the mix of an electric bulb covered in a lamp shade of chocolate. It’s a light that gives no light at all, until the heat from the bulb starts to thaw the chocolate that slowly melts and moves to the container at the bottom, while the melting chocolate exposes the bulb that shines through.

Roughly 15 minutes in, the chocolate melts off and after a some cooling can be broken into chunks and be ready to be consumed. The designer has found a manufacturer for the lamp and is currently looking for a chocolate supplier to partner with.

Via Design-Milk