The concept behind a chocolate lamp might seem like a scrumptious idea, but the Lumière au Chocolat by Alexander Lervik proves that it might not be all that it's cracked up to be. Sophisticated in fashion, the lamp features a chocolate shade that begins to melt away once the bulb is turned on.
Slightly obscure but completely delicious, the Lumière au Chocolat by Alexander Lervik is yet another of the strange creations we're seeing when it comes to lighting solutions. There are others out there that look like cups pouring coffee or that are made of unexpected materials (like chocolate), but what they offer is a playful approach to home design and art as a whole that proves nothing is beyond the reach when it comes to design.
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