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High-Design Lamp Burns Vegetable Fat

High-Design Lamp Burns Vegetable Fat
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The 'Slow Glow Lamp' becomes brighter as the heat from the light slowly melts the fat inside.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 august 2012

NEXT architects and Aura Luz Melis worked together on the ‘Slow Glow Lamp‘ for trend-leading Droog Design. This unique table lamp contains a light source that is immersed in vegetable fat. As the heat from the light slowly melts the fat, this intriguing process causes the lamp to change its level of brightness.

High-Design Lamp Burns Vegetable Fat

It glows brighter and becomes warmer as the substance melts and after about two hours, the process is complete and the fat returns to its original state. The lamp, which features a cork base to stand on, aims to encourage relaxation and rest.

High-Design Lamp Burns Vegetable Fat

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