The story of chocolate is told in a unique exhibition at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden. In 'Sweet Addiction', living plants will be the foundation of a delightful sensory and cerebral experience, planted by the Royal Botanic Garden’s expert horticultural team in spectacular themed displays. These will be supplemented by interpretive displays, including graphics, text, and multimedia (together with Lightwell), on a framework of elegant and flexible built elements and environmental design. The exhibition is on display until mid-2017, and is located in the Garden’s new Calyx exhibition building, designed by PTW and McGregor Coxall around Ken Woolley’s glasshouse arc. The exhibition opened in time to celebrate the Garden’s 200th birthday in June 2016.