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Cool Random Thing: Chocolate Eames House

Wild card!: We came across this chocolate replica of this iconic Pacific Palisades house Charles and Ray Eames designed in 1949 as part of Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study Houses program, which asked architects to design cost-efficient solutions for America's post-WWII housing boom. While the house was erected in just three days, this model took 30 hours' worth of hard labor. Expect the release of a gingerbread model come the holiday season. [NotCot]