︎ Creators:  Yuxin Jin, Tony Zhang, Yechen Zhu
︎ Supervisors:  Peter Yeadon, Brynn Trusewicz, Joy Ko

The lamp was an unusual sight, crafted from waste banana peels that had been carbonized. When touched, the lamp would shine a pulsing light, almost as if it were breathing. The light was soft and comforting, and the lamp itself had a warm and inviting feel to it.

The materials used to make the lamp were environmentally friendly, and it felt like the perfect way to upcycle something that would usually be thrown away. The light itself was calming and peaceful, and the pulsing light created a soothing atmosphere.

This lamp was more than just a piece of furniture; it was a reminder of the beauty that can be found in something as simple as a banana peel. It was also a reminder that small changes can make a big difference, and that waste can be put to good use.


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