Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin to relocate studio this month

Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin will be relocating his Portobello Road design studio and his team of garden designers and landscape architects this month.

The studio will be accessible to the public for the first time for 10 days in Grand Designs Live's Grand Gardens Hall.

Diarmuid Gavin and his design team will be offering one-on-one consultations from 25 April to 4 May to help visitors with their garden designs.

Visitors to Grand Designs Grand Gardens can also take part in interactive workshops from garden experts and Gavin will share ideas for inspiration.

Gavin's team of designers with specialist skills in illustration, architecture, CAD and landscape architecture will all be on hand to offer free expert advice to visitors at the show.

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