Congratulations to Andy Laurie, Liz Potts and Robert Buss who have each won a pair of priority passes to the Open House weekend
The winners were chosen from users who commented on the Open House projects in the AJ Buildings Library or tweeted about their favourite projects in the Library.
Liz commented on the Lumen United Reformed Church by Theis+Khan in the AJBL - ‘this one looks like an Open House gem, looking forward to visiting’.
Andy commented that he was ‘Looking forward to seeing Alexandra Road [by Camden Council Architects Department] at this years Open House Weekend’
Robert Buss who tweets as @PostArch said, ‘my favourite Open House building is Friendship House by MJP Architects - http://bit.ly/p3yWSx #AJBLvsOpenHouse’
AJ subscribers can jump the queues on September 17 and 18 - and plan which buildings to visits - with the AJ Buildings Library
Simply go on the AJ Buildings Library and leave a comment on your favourite building participating in Open House before Monday 12th September to get in the draw to win one of three pairs of priority passes.
More than 40 buildings participating in Open House 2011 are included in the AJ Buildings Library. Some of London’s most iconic structures, including the BT Tower, Museum of London, and the former Commonwealth Institute, will be open to the public over the weekend of 17 and 18 September.
Twitter users can enter the draw by tweeting a link to their favourite Open House project in the Library along with a link and the hash tag #AJBLvsOpenHouse. For example: “My favourite Open House building is One New Change http://bit.ly/p1IhDy #AJBLvsOpenHouse”
Open House London: The capital’s greatest architectural showcase
Open House London celebrates all that is best about the capital’s buildings, places and neighbourhoods. Every September, it gives a unique opportunity to get out and under the skin of London’s amazing architecture, with over 700 buildings of all kinds opening their doors to everyone – all for free. This year it takes place over the weekend of 17 and 18 September.
With architects homes, eco and retrofit buildings, tours of major regeneration projects, landscape projects, government buildings, historic landmarks and towers, major infrastructure sites and more all available to explore over one weekend, it’s a great way to find out how good design makes more liveable cities.