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Light Corridor House by Figr. Image: Open House Melbourne

Open House Melbourne will return for its 10th year in July 2017. The two-day program will see more than 200 buildings open to the public, including 84 that are new to the program.

Also included in the weekend are film screenings, talks and panel discussions about both Melbourne and cities more broadly. 

Highlights of the new additions will include RMIT’s recently completed New Academic Street, The Essendon Incinerator designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, as well as a Robin Boyd-designed apartment at La Trobe University.

This year’s program will extend beyond Melbourne’s CBD into the suburbs, including Beaumaris, Bangholme, Brighton, Dandenong, Essendon, La Trobe University Bundoora, Mill Park and Ringwood.

To help you navigate your way through the huge program, check out ArchitectureAU’s comprehensive selection of Open House’s best bits here.

Open House Melbourne takes place from 27 to 29 July. For more information, visit the Open House Melbourne website.


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