OPEN HOUSE IN A FEW WORDS
Open House is one of the most important global institutions for the promotion of architecture. The idea began at London in 1992 and until today it has spread to many cities around the globe. The Open House project invites the public to explore and understand the value of architecture.
Every year for one weekend, private and public buildings open their gates to everyone for free and the city is transformed to a big museum, with its buildings and architecture being the exhibits.
OPEN HOUSE ATHENS
Open House has already taken place six times in Athens (5-6 April 2014, 16-17 May 2015, 16-17 April 2016, 1-2 April 2017, 1-2 April 2018, 6-7 of April 2019, 19 of September 2020) with an enthusiastic response from the public. In 2019, 550 volunteers took part in the project and guided the tours in 119 spaces, with a total of 37.000 visits. In 2020, the event was held online, with videos that have more than 57.000 views.
The 9th OPEN HOUSE Athens will take place on April 9-10, 2022, and will be accompanied by several parallel events!
Open House Greece is an Urban Non-Profit Company with the aim of promoting architecture and culture in Greece and abroad, through the annual Open House events in Athens and Thessaloniki. It was founded in 2012 and belongs to the wider family of Open House Worldwide, that takes care of the global promotion of every Open House Event.
ORGANIZING COMMITEE OHA 2021
Tatiana Anagnostara marketing manager
Katerina Doudoumi creative manager
Renata Douma communication manager
Evgenia Tsangaraki Open Music coordinator
Matthaios Damigos volunteers coordinator
Kyriaki Georgiadou Open Office coordinator
Maria Konomi Made in Athens coordinator
Legal advisor: Pantelis Rokkos
Photo material of the website:
Ioanna Alexopoulou, Petros Antoniadis, Chrysalena Antonopoulou, Dimitris Arampatzidis, Antreas Vagias, Aria Volitaki, Giorgos Gerakianakis, Kostas Gkikas, Argyro Efstathiou, Thanos Ioannidis, Spyros Kontostanos, Panayota Kouri, Evanthia Koutoulaki, A. K., Antonis Lafazanis, Melina Lasithiotaki, Prokopis Maragkakis, Mariana Bisti, Maria Ntrougia, Ourania Papavasileiou, Christiana Perntetzi , Eirini Psarrou, Alessandro Rabboni, Eirini Roulia, Angeliki Sarri, Themis Sevdali, Orestis Seferoglou, Stefanos Sideroglou, Anastasia Siomou, Panayotis Souliotis, Panayota Stefanou, Marianthi Tsomlektsi, Marika Tsouderou
Aris Vedertsis, Elpida Spyrou, Constantinos Stathias, Andreas Batsilas, Vassilis Kalampogias