Let It Bee

Researcher / Designer
Research Project
(In collaboration with Kew)

Let It Bee is a sustainable polleniser to support bees in becoming more effective pollinators, thereby addressing pollination and the biodiversity crisis. It involves all-natural pollen capsules created from algae and dairy products and bio-flowers made from organic food waste that facilitate bees' access to healthy pollen. Once the product sets in motion, the pollen capsule moistens the bio-flowers, depositing pollen on their surface. Bees are attracted to the scent of bio-flowers, allowing their hairy bodies to collect the nutritious pollen and transfer it to natural flowers.


Due to the continuous exploitation of natural resources, honeybees are on the brink of collective extinction. Bees suffer from malnutrition due to the lack of bee-friendly flowers, and pesticides used in intensive agriculture harm species diversity. Regarding this, humans are even developing technological alternatives, such as drone pollinators, to replace bees, ignoring opportunities to protect them.

Bio-flowers made from the shell of nuts, 10 X 10 X 5 cm
All-natural pollen capsules made from algae and dairy products, 3 x 3 x 3cm

1. Bio-Flowers from Nut Shells:
Let It Bee creates bio-flowers from organic food waste, reducing environmental impact. Designed to attract bees and biodegrade harmlessly, these flowers aim to enhance plant diversity, benefiting over 87.5% of flowering plant species.

2. All-Natural Pollen Capsule Mechanism:
Let It Bee introduces a natural pollen capsule mechanism using algae and dairy-derived components. They moisten bio-flowers, increasing the pollen-covered area for more efficient pollination, benefiting both bees and plants.