Contact Us

Open-City is run by a small core team assisted by core volunteers and interns.

Contacting the office

Our office hours are 9.30am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday.

Please note the Open-City office is not open to the public.

Postal address:
18 Ensign Street
E1 8JD

By telephone: 020 3006 7008
By fax: 020 7377 6972
For all general enquiries:

How to direct your enquiries


For Press enquiries, visit the Press & News section or email


For volunteer enquiries, visit the Volunteering webpage or email


For recruitment enquiries, visit the Vacancies page

For Internship opportunities, visit the Internship page or email

For enquiries about the charity or general charity matters:

Contact the Director's office:
Rory Olcayto, Director, FRSA
Victoria Thornton, Founder and Advisor, OBE Hon FRIBA
Freya Healey, Office Manager, Assitant to the Directors

For enquiries about sponsoring or supporting Open-City:
Contact Development:
Tel: 020 7383 0782

For enquiries about the our public programmes:

Contact the Open House London team:
Tel: 020 7383 2131
Natalya Wells, Open House London Coordinator
Rosalind Morris, Marketing Coordinator

Adrianna Carroll-Battaglino, Year-round Architecture Tours Programme Coordinator

For enquiries about our education programmes and family activities:

Contact the Education team:
Tel: 020 7383 5722
Venetia Wolfenden, Education Manager

Zoe Zotou, Education Coordinator

Olivia Ladanyi, Education Assistant

For enquiries about our advocacy and enabling work:

Suzie Zuber, Associate, Advocacy and Enabling
020 7380 0412

For enquiries about sustainability programmes:

Katerina Papavasileiou, Sustainability Programmes Manager
0207 380 0412

Open-City Trustees
Crispin Kelly, Chair
Alison Brooks RIBA (Alison Brooks Architects)
Richard Ehrman
Steve Howlett (CEO, Peabody)
Helen Newman (Partner, Olswang LLP)
Tony Pidgley CBE (Chair, Berkeley Homes)
Nick Raynsford
Alan Stanton RIBA OBE (Stanton Williams Architects)

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