Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has selected OLIN to develop a master plan for the next generation of the institution as a living museum uniquely specializing in the conservation, display and study of epiphytic plants. The plan will be focused on the garden’s international renown in epiphyte research and conservation, its commitment to synthesizing horticulture and arts, and its role as a valued fixture of the community in Sarasota, Florida. OLIN will be leading a team of nationally recognized experts in architecture, exhibit design, and environmental design, complemented by practitioners with deep local knowledge. The team includes Overland Partners, Kimley-Horn, Metcalfe Architecture & Design, eDesign Dynamics, David Sacks Landscape Architecture, and Creative Preservation, LLC. Richard Roark is Partner-in-Charge of the OLIN team; he is supported by fellow Partner Eric Tamulonis, Senior Landscape Architect Marni Burns, Landscape Designer Liz Kauffman, and Living Systems Specialist Judy Venonsky.