London born Chandni Kumari graduated in 2012 from the University of East London with a BSc in Product Design.
Driven by the recognition of our planets depleting resources she engaged amongst other projects with hands-on research on how to utilise local materials otherwise destined for landfill.
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Salvaging timber and waste sawdust to produce unique birdhouses and feeders that bio-degrade back into the environment. Supported by the ‘Stepping up for nature’ initiative from The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. (RSPB).
Exploring the properties of sawdust timber and woodchips and creating natural adhesives to bind the materials. Sample tiles have been created by using starch and gelatine glues blended with the materials which are poured into a mould.
Designing packaging and re-branding the Lovely Gorgeous Things range which specialise in nature inspired skincare products including exotic oils and natural butters for their luxury bath soaks, moisturisers, exfoliating scrubs and soaps.
Encouraging 3D based activities for children by re-using LEGO in new and imaginative ways. This is one example of how LEGO can be assembled to make images of faces, which adds a unique and personal touch.
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