Open House Dublin

Various Locations, Saturday 12th October - Sunday 20th October

Open House Dublin is a free festival of architecture with 200+ events taking place each October and the flagship architecture festival of the Irish Architecture Foundation. Established in 2005, the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF) is Ireland’s independent organisation for the advancement of culture and communication of architecture to audiences.

In 2024 the Open House Dublin festival will take place in Dublin city and county over 9 days, starting with an Open House Junior weekend with workshops, tours and activities dedicated to young people and families. Our programme for this year will include tours, talks, exhibitions, films and the full list of events will be announced early September.

The IAF is an ambitious organisation, one which is committed to demonstrating the relevance and power of architecture in our everyday lives. Architecture is of interest to all people, as all people live in the company of the built environment. Lives are formed and informed by the buildings we build, the homes in which we live, the schools in which we learn, and the pitch on which we play. The IAF has a role to advocate for the highest quality, most sustainable built environment and to empower people to find their own voice and to play their own part in the formation and care of the built world around them. It is a role we take seriously. It is a role that drives the IAF forward.

The invaluable support of our Friends, supporters, building owners, architects, collaborators and volunteers make Open House Dublin possible, and it is with their continued generosity, expertise, passion and advocacy that the IAF will continue to deliver and grow the festival in the future, creating a space for all people to contribute, to learn and to have their voices and stories reflected in the creation of their city.


Date:
Saturday 12th October - Sunday 20th October
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free

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