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Open House Europe is a new partnership between festivals that will embrace a more inclusive debate about architecture and strengthen the role of architecture as a positive change-maker, addressing relevant social and environmental challenges such as sustainability, accessibility and inclusion, and future heritage.

The Open House Europe programme will introduce a range of new activities and events that will be organised across the continent. The project will include Annual Summits in different European cities, a Volunteer Exchange Programme, a digital platform, and a range of innovations in the Open House festivals. Visitors to the festivals – including Open House Dublin – will be able to take part in open calls for visual stories that will encourage them to explore and interpret the annual Open House Europe themes through their own experiences and knowledge gained during the Open House weekends.

Further programme details and opportunities will be posted on the Irish Architecture Foundation website.

Open House Athens, Open House Bilbao, Open House Brno, Open House Dublin (Irish Architecture Foundation), Open House Essen, Open House Lisboa (Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa), Open House Milano, Open House Slovenia, Open House Stockholm, Open House Tallinn, Open House Thessaloniki, and Open House Vilnius.

Coordinator: Architektūros fondas.

This project is funded by the European Union through Creative Europe.

Open House Europe
Image: St Patrick's Cathedral roof tour, Open House Dublin 2021. Photo by Ste Murray for the Irish Architecture Foundation.

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