Mark Stephens Architects on Simon Open Door Day 2011.

Simon Poster

Mark Stephens Architects are pleased to announce that for the fifth year, their architectural practice is participating in the The Simon Communities of Ireland / RIAI Simon Open Door initiative ( )which will be taking place this year on the 7th and 8th of May 2011.

This is the seventh year that the Simon Communities of Ireland has partnered with the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Over the course of this wonderful partnership almost €250,000 has been raised for the Simon Communities of Ireland.

Simon Open Door is a simple yet fantastic scheme. It benefits both the Simon Communities of Ireland and members of the public. Anyone can sign up and in return for a €50 donation to the Simon Communities, receive an hour long consultation with a certified RIAI Architect who can give advice on a range of issues relating to your home.

Since 2005, the Simon Open Door initiative has been a permanent fixture in the calendar of RIAI Architects who, on this day offer their time and expertise to members of the public Every single cent raised goes towards the work of the Simon Communities of Ireland.

You can sign up for an appointment with me on Saturday 7th May by clicking HERE

The more information you can bring to your Architect on the day, the more you will get out of your consultation, so we recommend that before you meet with your Architect you consider all of the information in the “What to remember” section at

Please note the following when booking your consultation:

All consultations will be held in your chosen Architects practice unless otherwise stated on your confirmation booking email.

We may have to add a charge of €15.00, if you wish to swap your appointment once it has been booked, so please book carefully.

Architects cannot be asked to comment on other Architect or Engineer’s work.

If you have any questions or encounter any problems while booking please contact:


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