Chilean industrial designer Pedro Pablo creates The Chocolate Lamp

Food as inspiration and a modular design, such as the Rubik cube, were the elements that led Chilean industrial designer Pedro Pablo to create his Chocolate Design collection.

The Chocolate Lamp is the first product developed with the modular concept in mind.

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The lamps are made of thermoformed acrylic, using a laser cut technique. The base and the vertical structure are made of black and white metal.

The Chocolate Lamp is composed of 6 backlit modules with RGB LED ribbon, which provides light in more than 10 different shades and intensities. The design aimes to provide warmth and joy to homes.

A hanging lamp and a wall fixed version are in the stage of development.

The chocolate collection also features coffee tables and cabinets. These products are made of wood with a plastic laminate finish or of metal, painted with electrostatic colour.

Pablo’s design was awarded Bronze by the European Product Design Awards in the category lighting, floor lamps.

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One Response to Chilean industrial designer Pedro Pablo creates The Chocolate Lamp

  1. Pedro Pablo Herrera Daniel says:

    Thanks designmena.com

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