Experience old, new and future views of Dublin’s architecture at Open House 14-16th of October.
The programme of events for the Irish Architecture Foundation’s flagship annual festival Open
House Dublin, which is taking place over the weekend of 14th -16th of October, was launched today
More than 150 free events will be taking place in more than 100 sites across the city and
Alongside tours of iconic buildings, private homes, exemplary social housing projects, public spaces
and parks, all led by expert guides, there will be film screenings and exhibitions, boat tours of Dublin
Port, cycling and walking tours, special events and activities for young people and families, and lots
Launching the programme today, in the Exo Building in Dublin’s Docklands, were Minister of State
for Heritage and Electoral Reform Malcolm Noonan, TD; Open House Dublin Manager Karen Lee
Walpole; Rae Wnuk of Irish Architecture Foundation; architect and writer Cormac Murray; and Shay
Cleary of Shay Cleary Architects, who designed the Exo Building.
All Open House Dublin events are free, but booking is required for some. Booking for ticketed events
opens at 10.00am on the 21st September. Full details of the programme can be found here:
The IAF and Open House Dublin are delighted to partner with Peter McVerry Trust this year and
visitors to Open House can make a donation to the trust via the Open House Dublin website.