I conceived the visual concept, designed and installed the Herbarium Room, a permanent gallery space in which to showcase work from the Oxford Herbaria collection. Inspired by the Swedish botanist Carl von Linnaeus’s home in Hammerby, the interiors include a botanical wallpaper consisting of 255 hand-mounted giclée-reproductions from Hortus Elthamensis (a significant rare work in the Garden's collection from 1732) and bespoke screenprinted curtains with patterns inspired by one of the original prints. 

The work included the overall colour scheme, lighting, climate control and overseeing refurbishment of the cases, all to archival standards.