Gothenburg Botanical Gardens

One of the world’s leading botanical gardens, Gothenburg’s Botanic Garden (Botaniska Tradgarden) was opened in 1923, and is spread over 430 acres with more than 16,000 species of plant.

A major infrastructure project is underway to replace the greenhouses, which are in a poor state of repair, with a world-class series of botanic glasshouses, including two at three storeys high and a sky bridge connecting the top level to the exterior landscape.

We have been appointed to design the internal layouts, structures and features, and to work with the botanist on planting design and key specimen placement. We are working collaboratively with the Swedish architects who have designed the glasshouse complex as well as a series of specialists such as climate engineers, to realise the project.