Is your garden in need of some TLC? Or a complete overhaul?
Do you want some FREE impartial advice and guidance on what would work for your home?
Damien Wildes from Wildes Landscape Architecture (WLA) are delighted to announce they will be holding TWO FREE DESIGN CONSULTATION DAYS in Avoca Handweavers, Kilmacanogue on the 18th & 19th JULY.After their previous and highly successful event last year where they had many happy customers, they look forward to welcoming home owners in need of assistance with ideas and plans for their outdoor space.On the day, you will get a dedicated half an hour with landscape architect, Damien.
Damien has years of experience in both Ireland and Australia. He and brother Alan established Wildes Landscape Architecture in 2010 – both have degrees in Landscape Architecture from UCD – so they know their stuff.
At your consultation, Damien will go through possible design solutions for your individual space in order to create your own unique WLA garden. It’s entirely no obligation but if after the consultation you would like to proceed with getting a quotation WLA will arrange a private visit on a day that will suit you where we can discuss the final details of the design and prepare a pricing.
How to book your FREE consultation
If you think your garden might need a bit of inspiration, why not get in touch and book a spot for your own consultation session.
All you need to do is bring along rough dimensions and a few photos of the space for Damien to work from. He looks forward to meeting you on the day.
Case Study: Castleknock
Here is one example from last years consultation sessions, where clients in Castleknock wished to take their consultation further which lead to the creation of this WLA Garden complete with Oatmeal Granite paving, cantilever Cedar bench work and black slate cladding.
How to find Avoca in Kilmacanogue
Avoca Handweavers is situated just off the N11 in Kilmacanogue, less 20 minutes south of Dublin. You will see it on your right as you enter Kimacanogue, leave the N11 after the Topaz garage and go up and over the bridge onto the northbound side of the road. More here…