The refined aesthetics of floral elements featured in the collection is reminiscent of the sumptuous and exquisitely detailed hand-coloured illustrations of the Hortus Eystettensis (1613), which is considered the precursor of modern herbaria and a turning point in botanical art.

Based on the observation of flowers and their elements, Dylan Tripp was challenged to recreate and exalt natural geometries with Mutaforma glass micro tesserae.