Undulae is a series of table and pendant lamps made of cornstarch-based bioplastic tubes. To create each lamp, a bioplastic mixture of cornstarch, water, vinegar and glycerin is spread on a sheet of parchment paper with another sheet on top to make a sandwiched unit. This unit is then held with two pipes along the longitudinal edges with another pipe inside to keep the drying unit in place. When the bioplastic is left to dry, it shrinks and drips to create beautifully organic shapes. The table lamp uses a singular tube standing upright, while the hanging pendant lamp uses multiple tubes with the light bulb placed at the center.
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