Sponsors & Supporters

Open House London is the world’s largest showcase of architecture and design. The initiative is recognised for celebrating the best of architecture, design, construction and engineering in the city.

The event would not be possible without support from our sponsors and partners, as well as local authorities, which enables us to give over 250,000 people free access to around 800 buildings each year.



The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) is developing a whole new centre and community for west London. OPDC is using the investment in rail infrastructure projects High Speed 2 (HS2) and the Elizabeth Line (formally known as Crossrail) to create new opportunities for people in the area.  The Corporation was officially launched on 1 April 2015 by the Mayor of London. OPDC is the Local Planning Authority and regeneration agency for the 650 hectare site. 

Media Partners

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BBC Radio London connects the past with the present and future and tells listeners exactly what we are and what we do – the only radio station entirely dedicated to London covering every aspect of life in this great city.

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Dezeen is the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design magazine, with an audience of 2.5 million unique visitors each month. Every day, Dezeen’s award-winning editorial team publishes a curated selection of the best international architecture, interiors and design projects plus breaking news, incisive features and compelling original video content. With offices in London and New York, Dezeen also runs Dezeen Jobs , the world’s most vibrant architecture and design jobs board.

We believe passionately that great design makes a difference to our lives, and our initiatives celebrate all that is best about the capital’s buildings, places and neighbourhoods.

Tim Brooks,

Former Chair of Trustees, Open City

This year, investment in landscape has significantly changed the face of London. A massive new park in East London is the setting for the Olympics, the fountain-filled Granary Square is a calm meeting place in the centre of King’s Cross, Leicester Square has been reborn and Jubilee Gardens, so long a desolate piece of grass, has a landscape of flowers and trees. This is a rebirth of many of London’s most important places and it is regeneration led by landscape.

Paul Lincoln,

Director of Policy and Communications, Landscape I

This year was very special as it was the first time I visited with my tot, and really appreciated how welcoming the buildings were - especially Kingsley Place with its child friendly activities.  I have participated and loved Open House for probably 10 years so this felt pretty special introducing my daughter to the weekend.

2016 Event attendee

Support Opportunities 
We have various support packages available,
including event sponsorship and media partnership.
Contact us to find out how we can tailor
a package to suit your business needs.

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