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Open House 2009 - Architects and critics select their favourite property

Open House shifts to Open City

Architectural education organisation Open House is changing its name to Open City

Alan Dunlop: Capital City Academy

Alan Dunlop of Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop selects the Capital City Academy

Jonathan Sergison: Garden Court Chambers

Jonathon Sergison of Sergison Bates Architects selects Inigo Jones’ Garden Court Chambers

Alex Ely: Bart’s Hospital Great Hall

Alex Ely of Mae Architects selects Bart’s Hospital Great Hall

Andrew Mead: St Augustine’s Church

Critic Andrew Mead selects J L Pearson’s St. Augustine’s Church

Sam Jacob: Underground Bunker

Sam Jacob of Fat Architecture selects the Underground Bunker

Terry Farrell: The Glasshouse

Terry Farrell of Terry Farrell and Partners selects The Glasshouse

Jay Merrick: Dulwich Picture Gallery Mausoleum

Critic Jay Merrick selects the Mausoleum at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Steve Parnell: Retro-eco house

Critic Steve Parnell selects Retro-eco house

Ben Adams: Royal College of Physicians

Ben Adams of Nissen Adams selects the Royal College of Physicians

Win Open House passes

The AJ and Open House have teamed up to give three AJ readers a pair of passes to jump the queues on Open House weekend at one of three properties.
Erno Goldfinger's Trellick Tower
Richard Seifert's Centre Point
Berthold Lubetkin's High Point

To win, tell us which building in the world you would most like to visit, and why...in 50 words.
Please email your fantasy choice, and your preferred Open House property to ajevents@emap.com by noon Wednesday 16
The entries will be judged by a panel of AJ editors, whose decision is final
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