Open House Festival welcomes all-comers next weekend
The event offers the opportunity to take a look around some of Dublin’s most notable buildings
Opportunities to see some of Dublin’s best-loved buildings as well as some interesting makeovers of its older houses are being offered by the Open House Dublin Festival which will take place from Friday to Sunday next, October 15-17. Organised by Irish Architecture Foundation, all events are free, but many require advance booking.
One of the highlights of this year’s programme is the Big Debate, titled Living for the City, with speakers including Andrea...
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