An exciting new wallpaper installation designed and created by Bee Watson, founder of wild hive paper flowers, has been unveiled.
This spectacular wallpaper is inspired by the flora and foliage on the Streatham Campus. The flowers and leaves are all constructed from paper, photographed and then transformed into a repeated pattern.
The creative journey that led to this piece being created included workshops with students and staff and a site tour with the university’s Grounds Team to identify plants and flowering times.
The wallpaper installation is now on display in the Queens Building on Streatham Campus.
Bee Watson said:
“Abso-blooming-lutely thriled to finally reveal what I’ve been working on for the last couple of months. Our first ever wallpaper installation! I wanted to capture the experience that people have of being greeted by the steep banks of greenery dappled with Rhododendrons, Ferns and Azaleas as they walk up through the campus in late spring / early summer.
It’s been an absolute dream of a project from start to finish. The wallpaper installation is now on display in the Queens Building on Streatham Campus; if you’re in the area go check it out, get a photo in front of it and see if you can lcacte the flowers on campus when they’re in bloom next year.”