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ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS

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House of Botanics Series - explores the raw, tropical and architectural elements of Kew Gardens. From the incredible botanic life, structural glasshouse and soft light,- I am thrilled with the long awaited series that explores this breath taking place.

AMY WYBROW PHOTOGRAPHY

A BOTANICAL STORYTELLER

THE.COLLECTIONS

Amy’s photography brings the botanical world inside the home.

House of Botanics Series - explores the raw, tropical and architectural elements of Kew Gardens. From the incredible botanic life, structural glasshouse and soft light,- I am thrilled with the long awaited series that explores this breath taking place.

An intricate look into the botanical life inside the Glasshouses of New Zealand Europe.  

House of Botanics Series explores the raw, tropical and architectural elements of Kew Gardens. From the incredible botanic life, structural glasshouse and soft light,- I am thrilled with the long awaited series that explores this breath taking place.

Photographed beautiful abstract details and stunning colours.

botanic studio

THE BATH HOUSE

House of Botanics Series - explores the raw, tropical and architectural elements of Kew Gardens. From the incredible botanic life, structural glasshouse and soft light,- I am thrilled with the long awaited series that explores this breath taking place.

An intricate look into the botanical life inside the Glasshouses of New Zealand Europe.  

House of Botanics Series explores the raw, tropical and architectural elements of Kew Gardens. From the incredible botanic life, structural glasshouse and soft light,- I am thrilled with the long awaited series that explores this breath taking place.

Photographed beautiful abstract details and stunning colours.

ABOUT

Within my work architecture creates a graphic frame for the plants, the internal environment is ever changing, the majestic nature of the building has this element of protection & containment, while allowing you a view upward following the light. The overlap between internal and external environments is used in contemporary architecture where we want the spaces within a building to be more fluid & open to create a connection with our natural environment. the finished product is a window to a botanical world inside your house, creating a link between plants & architecture.

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