Temperate House, Kew Gardens, London Print


After a five-year-long restoration, the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, originally designed by the architect Decimus Burton, reopened Temperate House in 2018, the largest remaining Victorian glasshouse in the world . Covering 4,880 sq m and housing a staggering 1,500 species from temperate regions around the world, this is one of the most striking centres of plant research today. Donald Insall Associates was the project’s conservation architect, as part of a multi-disciplinary team charged with repairing, restoring and bringing the historical building back to life.

Unframed, limited edition giclée print on heavy weight Hahnemühle fine art paper - the finest paper available for giclée printing in terms of archival qualities and print fidelity.  Each print is signed by the artist, embossed and numbered as part of a strictly limited edition of 100.

Size: W50 x H70cm (27 ½ x 19 ¾)

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