Trigger created a multi-faceted interpretation and building identity suite for the Ian Potter National Conservatory, a ground-breaking conservatory building designed by CHROFI Architects, at the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG). Trigger’s curatorial and design work has been conducted in close consultation with the ANBG and architects to strengthen and coalesce a master interpretive vision. Trigger’s suite of interpretation pieces embraces a theatrical approach – dramatic, evocative, surprising and stirring emotion. The building interior is treated as a flexible canvas across visual, aural, tactile, olfactory and taste senses. Interpretation employs storytelling methods that are experiential, utilise new technologies, and contextualise plants as they have not been seen before. The building is currently under construction.