RHS Chelsea Flower Show, 2013
A large 100 square metre pavilion to celebrate the centenary of 100 years of East malling Research (EMR) at RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The show was designed to highlight the varied practice that has and continues to take place at EMR, celebrating the past, present and future of the organisation.
Highlighting plant propagation, root grafting and biodiversity, the exhibition featured a suspended apple tree that was excavated from site in East Malling, Kent.
Intended to show the colossal root structure that grows silently beneath the surface, the 'levitating' tree was accompanied by clear acrylic planters and hydroponic planting.
The installation won silver gilt at RHS Chelsea. Produced while at Physical Pixels.