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Join Designer Gitta Gschwendtner for a tour of the garden as she talks through the architecture and design concept of the floating Ballast Seed Garden.

Gitta Gschwendtner moved to London in the early nineties to study design at Central Saint Martins, Kingston University and the Royal College of Art. Following graduation from the RCA Furniture MA in 1998 she set up her independent design studio in London which focuses on conceptually rigorous, visually intriguing, functional design across several disciplines. Her clients include British Council, Crafts Council, Design Museum, DuPont Corian, Geffrye Museum, Habitat, Innermost, Mathmos, Peugeot, Purves & Purves, Royal College of Art, Science Museum, Sony, Twentytwentyone, Victoria and Albert Museum and the Wellcome Trust.