Veterans of Open House know what a great weekend lies in store from October 14th - 16th. 
But for those of you who may not have heard of Open House or perhaps you've just never attended, we think you should mark the date in your diary with
heavy pencil!

Open House Dublin 2016 is a weekend of over 100 tours, talks, exhibitions and events run by the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF). You can peer inside Government buildings and public buildings, commercial buildings and museums, old stately homes and new or refurbished homes. 

We're happy to announce that one of our projects at No. 5 Furry Park Road, Killester is being featured in this year's Open House Dublin programme. So, come along, on Saturday October 15th between 11am and 1pm to see our work on this 1930's home in Dublin 5.

Viewings are on a first come served basis and members of the Brennan Furlong team will be on hand to walk you through the house and talk you through
the project.

All OHD tours are free of charge and while most are first come, first served, some buildings are on a lottery basis. Check the website for more details and
for information on Open House Junior and Open House Plus.


This year, Open House Dublin is collaborating with Peter McVerry Trust to help raise awareness of World Homeless Day. It's also an opportunity to highlight
the importance of the use of space in our city, as we are faced with the deepening issue of homelessness and housing supply. Find out how you can help
by clicking here.