Based on the theory of circular economy, an extensive material exploration was carried out using marigold as the starting point, and then using all kinds of flowers collected from temples, shops and homes post the festival of Diwali. The business of flowers and flowers themselves have an ephemeral nature. A sense of transience. Temporarality.
Places of transit - hotels for instance, have an abundance of single use plastic in the form of disposable miniature toiletries, more than 900 million of them end up in landfills every year. The rotting of flowers has been taken advantage of and made into bioplastic composites and compressed into sheets in order to sustainably make, fully biodegradable disposable hotel room amenities.