Open House Dublin to go mostly online due to Covid-19
Now in its 15th year, the popular event celebrates architecture and urban design
The ever-popular annual Open House Dublin programme will go ahead this year despite the Covid-19 pandemic, with many scheduled events now being offered online.
Established and run by the Irish Architecture Foundation, Open House Dublin is now in its 15th year, and this year celebrates the resilience, potential and talent in architecture and urban design within the capital city.
A series of short films celebrating and showcasing the architecture of Dublin city will premiere online...
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