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Open House Dublin

03 September 2013

Open House Dublin 2013 Launched

Jimmy Deenihan TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, has launched the programme of the Irish Architecture Foundation’s OPEN HOUSE DUBLIN 2013, which takes place from 4 to 6 October 2013. Over...

09 June 2011

Open House Dublin 2011 announces theme

Open House Dublin 2011 has adopted the theme “the architecture of change”, exploring how good design can be a catalyst for change and positively touch all our lives: from large scale master planning...

08 October 2010

Architecture debate tackles sizeable issues as Dublin houses open doors

Size does matter, but so does context and quality. So concluded panelists at last night’s Open Debate, organised by the Irish Architecture Foundation. The debate, sponsored by The Irish Times, was themed “Does...

07 October 2010

Come on in, the door’s open

This weekend, as part of the fourth annual Open House, many public and private buildings in Dublin will be opening their doors. Run by the Irish Architecture Foundation and billed as Ireland’s largest...

28 September 2010

Open House Dublin Detate: Does Size Matter?

On Thursday 7 October at the Aviva Stadium, broadcaster and historian John Bowman will chair The Irish Times Open Debate, the popular opening event of Open House Dublin (7 to 10 October 2010),...

09 October 2009

Fresh designs to go on show

“Next generation” architecture is the theme of Open House Dublin 2009. Ireland’s biggest designer festival runs until Sunday with over 160 buildings on view throughout the capital. Appropriately, a number of iconic buildings...

01 October 2009

What buildings look like behind closed doors

Ireland will probably never again build on the scale it did in recent years and we certainly have plenty to be going on with. Now some people are even calling for some poorly...

15 September 2009

Open House 2009 launched by Minister

Speaking at the launch of Open House Dublin and Galway 2009, Mr. John Gormley, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, has encouraged citizens to avail of the unique opportunity it...

16 October 2008

Magical shrine to Celtic art part of Open House weekend

Some say that shopping has become the new religion and in certain parts of Ireland intensive development has brought retail and religious life face-to-face That happened in Dun Laoghaire when the Bloomfield shopping...

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