Open House London

The city of London has an electric atmosphere that is the perfect blend of old world charm and modern city living, drawing millions of tourists and visitors every year. Getting to know the hidden gem since 1992, Open House London has been showcasing the beauty of the city’s infrastructure, architecture and design, while incorporating the community through volunteer work during the event.

There are several buildings, sustainability spaces, innovative projects and pop-ups to see along the route, which means you also have first row insight into potential event spaces too, including:

Pop Brixton
Whether you’re looking to host a sit down dinner or a larger scale event with a definitive edge, you’ve come to the right place. Constructed out of shipping containers, there are several spaces available - each with their own quirky personality, from the Greenhouse to the Pop Box, your Brixton based party is sure to be a hit.

Impact Hub
This former warehouse turned event space boasts AV equipment, stage lighting and fully licensed bar, all against the historic background of the building which was originally constructed in 1873. From book launches and cocktail parties to a scene for your next film shoot, this versatile space can meet your needs.

The Library at Willesden Green
The next time you want to plan an event in an interesting setting, these spaces are ideal. From small room hire to entire performance spaces, you can host your art party, theatre group gathering or new business meeting, in a unique location. As it’s centrally located, beautifully decorated and has several amenities at your disposal, you won’t have a need to stress about the smaller details.

Open House London is not just about buildings. It encompasses ideas, transformation and development projects and green initiatives, all with the goal of bringing communities closer together to showcase the true spirit of London. These places include gardens, theatres and former railway stations, such as:

● New Wimbledon Theatre ● Ladywell Fields river restoration project ● Crystal Palace subway ● King’s Cross Public Realm guided tour Don’t miss the Open House London festival happening 17th and 18th September 2016.