Thursday September 24, 2020

A dream for lovers of architecture

This year’s Open House offers more than 100 tours, events and workshops around the city – and it’s all free

4th October, 2015
Honey Park has been completely reworked using traditional clay bricks and lime mortar

I have been making RTE’s Room to Improve for the past eight years and one of my favourite parts of the process is when we visit other architect-designed houses and buildings. It’s an opportunity to bring clients along so they can get some tangible inspiration, or see a working solution to a problem that has arisen in their own house.

Not only do you get to spend a couple of hours...

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