• Thursday , 14 December 2017

Open House Cork 2017

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This month will see the third annual Open House Cork weekend running from 29 September to 1 October, 2017. Open House is a design festival which runs in 36 cities across the world, celebrating the best architecture each city has to offer. The public are invited to take part in a series of talks, tours, and exhibitions, held in buildings across Leeside, which will showcase the rich and varying architecture of Cork. All of the events are free to attend.

Explore some of Cork’s finest buildings, new and old, including: St. Angela’s College, Crown Park Villa, Barrett’s Buildings, Triskel Arts Centre, Pairc Uí Chaoimh and Nano Nagle Place. Other special programmed events include a tour of the grounds of University College Cork by O’Donnell and Tuomey Architects, a walk along the city’s quays led by Tom Spalding, an architectural pub trail, a sketching tour on MacCurtain Street, a history tour of the Ford factory, and much, much more.

This year Open House Cork will celebrate the theme ‘The Changing City’, addressing the varying nature of the city as a hub for growing and evolving architecture. Open House hopes to reveal more of the adaptive environment of the city through talks about new spaces, urban interventions, and how the city is moving forward architecturally.

Join Open House Cork as they showcase the wealth and breadth of Irish architecture, from the splendour of Georgian Cork to the breathtaking contemporary spaces and places created by national and international architectural practices. All events and tours are open to the public, and admission is free of charge. The full programme is available at www.openhousecork.ie.

Events include: CCAE Masters Exhibition ‘​Athens: Peripheral[c]ity’

An exhibition by the masters students of the Cork Centre for Architectural Education (CCAE). The focus is on the idea and complex conditions associated with the ‘peripheral’, and looks to question how this term might be understood conceptually in order to define the relationship between Athens and its adjacent territories – smaller towns, its own Port City-Piraeus and the Greek Islands. Date: Saturday 30th September, 10:00 – 17:00. Location: Cork Centre for Architectural Education, 9/10 Copley Street

Open House Cork is presented by the Open House Cork Committee in partnership with The Irish Architecture Foundation and in association with Cork City Council and The Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland. Open House Cork is part of the Open House Worldwide Family, which includes 36 Open House Festivals around the world.

Twitter: @OpenHouseCork #OHCork

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Instagram: www.instagram.com/OpenHouseCork

Volunteering: http://www.openhousecork.ie/be-part-of-it/

 

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