Our in-house press achieves extensive and varied coverage, reaching new audiences and representing staggering value in terms of PR and scale of readership.
Press promotion is targeted to cover all the major nationals, plus a wide scope of regional and local press, consumer press and magazines and professional and special interest titles, as well as broadcast and web media.
The press team strategically targets the media with programme and event highlights, and ensures that broad coverage is achieved.
This page will be regularly updated with press coverage of our various programmes and activities.
On Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July Open-City’s My City Too young
took to the streets of London in a red Routemaster bus, which parked up on the
bustling North End high street in Croydon; Northcote Rd, Wandsworth; and Church
Lend Lease have been announced as the sponsor for the Summer
Architecture Academy at
Westminster University, which takes place between 2nd and 5th August. The Academy offers four hands-on days
exploring designing and making buildings and is aimed at young Londoners who are
between 12 and 18 years old.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2010, Young Londoners’ from our My City Too! campaign, will be debating what London should look like in the future, holding outdoor debates around London on the need to design space for every generation. They will set up their debating platforms across the capital, including in Westminster, Croydon and Wandsworth.
Director Victoria Thornton talks about Open-City in Landscape Magazine, Spring
To see the full article, click here (PDF)
After 18 years as Open House, London's leading architecture education
organisation announces name change to Open-City on 25 March 2010. The
launch of Open-City signals a new focus in the strategic direction of
the organisation, as it expands its commissioning of research into current
issues on the built environment.