Our aim for this design competition was to create a building which successfully combined the highly efficient, technological brief with the more evocative nature of the building's content: Wildflowers. The two main ideas which generated the concept for this project are the Fibonacci sequence and the outcome of the golden section's dimensions and proportions. By dissecting each of these dimensions and transposing them to a series of sections and plans we have created the footprint and section for the building. This system has also been carried through to the landscape, which becomes a natural extension of the building. Whilst choosing the construction materials for the project, sustainability and environmental preservation have been carefully considered. A laminated timber structure from FSC certified forests has been used to carry the jagged roofline as well as the main floor slabs. The side flanks are to be partly glazed in order to allow good natural light into the building whilst also preserving the thermal mass of the building.