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Open House moves to a new home

London Open House director Victoria Thornton has said the charity will be moving out of its offices in Kentish Town to larger premises by the beginning of June.

Its new base will be in Allgood House on Euston Road, close to the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architectural Association, and will include a small permanent display space.

The move comes after the charity has doubled in size over the last year, moving from four to eight permanent staff, splitting their time between public and architectural education programmes.

It is additionally considering expanding the number of its trustees, of which it currently has four, to act as fresh ambassadors for its activities, which it is planning to expand into client-focused advice regarding the selection of appropriate architects.

by Rob Sharp

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