The project re-establishes the Royal Pavilion Estate as the foremost cultural destination in the region. Created by George IV in the early nineteenth century, it was purchased by the City of Brighton and comprises the extraordinary Royal Pavilion Museum, along with a public garden, major performance venue and art gallery. Although listed Grade I, contemporary uses have led to the historic estate losing its integrity and legibility. The project unlocks the potential of the garden to reconnect the buildings and develops estate-wide strategies for public access and heritage management. As Project Architect, Miriam led the design team to develop a masterplan, along with proposals to repair the historic theatre and create new front-of-house spaces. She played a key role in securing £10m in public funding.