www.britishinvention.com | The History of the Lava Lamp | Mathmos invented the lava lamp in Great Britain in 1963 | Mathmos Fluidium by Ross Lovegrove | An iconic new shape for a new time ...

Below: Perhaps the biggest shakeup to the design of the lava lamp was Ross Lovegrove's take on the lava lamp, titled 'Fluidium'. Fluidium by Ross Lovegrove and Mathmos presents a design which pays homage to the iconic formulations within. Fluidium by Mathmos uses a different formulation which allows it to operate in such a radically different shaped bottle. Original colours include: Opal (Clear-White), Yellow (Clear-Yellow), Orange (Clear-Orange, Violet-Orange), Green (Clear-Green, Blue-Green). Enjoy the gallery below which displays the Mathmos Fluidium launched in 2000.


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