Monday, May 21, 2007
We've reported several times in the run-up to this year's Chelsea Flower Show about the garden offices and sheds to be seen, especially in the show gardens. Pride of place is very likely to go to the garden office from Shomera which will be on display in Gavin's Westland Garden. The building, effectively two garden studios, has been transported from Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath to Chelsea. On Shomera's web site Diarmuid Gavin says: “Increasingly, people are working from home and devoting a room in the house to an office or studio space. This garden has been designed for an active and artistic couple. The pavilion has two wings that intersect, providing two glass studio spaces, each with its own deck overlooking a pond. I approached Shomera as I have been an admirer of their high quality, innovative design for many years and was very keen to have a full Irish team involved in this entry at Chelsea. I am very impressed with how Shomera’s expertise has brought my design to life in a way that will excite and stimulate all visitors to the garden."
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