Woolarch is an experimental material, comprising of wool fibre and potato starch, which has been developed to utilise the strength, biodegradability and economy of these underused resources. In 2017, I was motivated to combat the overuse of synthetic materials used for everyday products, thus reducing the detrimental impacts they can have on the environment and depletion of resources. I explored the potential alternatives focusing on locally sourced natural materials within the UK. The process of producing Woolarch consists of different stages, firstly, wool preparation (washing/ carding/ chopping), material compound mixing, moulding and finally dehumidifying. As a result of this process and by altering the ingredient’s ratio quantities, I can produce a wool-based material that has a range of properties from soft/flexible to rigid/dense, which is compostable and can be combined with plant-based natural dyes to provide a variety of colours. Inspired by organic imperfections and its unique properties, this exhibit shows Woolarch in a variety of applications such as a furniture, lighting and its potential to be used in day to day life.