Max Brosi under his home during Green-Door!

Rob Doyle giving a tour of his hydro-system

Architect Thomas Flynn at his home during Green-Door 2017

Lyn Brookes showing visitors around her home and gardens

Homeowners and volunteers at the post-festival gathering.

Cob Clinic with Colin Ritchie of Mud and wood

Welcome to Green-Door Ireland

Green-Door 2017 was a Great Success!

Held: Friday 29th Sept - Sunday 1st October 2017

Please check out the gallery page to get a flavour of the event.

Many thanks to all the wonderful homeowners who so generously opened their homes over the weekend... Green-Door couldn't happen without them.

Also, many thanks to our funders, the volunteers, Sligo IT, and all our supporters.

Thank you to the steering committee who worked with Jo Lewis over the last six months to make the festival the success it was : Jean Mcdonald, Kevin Callaghan, Mike Harris, Brian Smyth and Dominic Stevens.

This year we collaborated with The Dock Arts Centre whose Director Sarah Searson curated the exhibition 'Thinking, Living, Dwelling' designed to underpin and celebrate the Green-Door festival. So finally a huge thank you to Sarah Searson and all at the Dock who were a massive part of the success of Green-Door 2017

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Photos above by Tommy Weir 

            

We are also working closely with:

The Leitrim Sculpture Centre in Manorhamilton, Sligo IT, the Glens Centre in Manorhamilton and The Organic Centre in Rossinver.

         

We would like to thank our funders:

The Arts Council, The Heritage Council, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Leitrim Arts Office and Leitrim County Council.

            

Also to our Sponsors:

Self-Build Ireland, Sligo IT, Ecological Building Systems, Leitrim Enterprise Office, Noji Architects and Ecocel.

            

In the meantime, you can get a flavour of some of the homes through our interactive documentary "Through the Green-Door" made with award winning filmmaker Róisín Loughgrey. Go to www.throughthegreendoor.ie and enjoy exploring four homes and meet the architects and homeowners.

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Through the Green-Door iDoc

An interactive documentary exploring eco-homes, self-building and architecture in the North West of Ireland. 

Go to www.throughthegreendoor.ie and enjoy exploring four homes and meet the architects and homeowners.

In 2015 we worked with award winning filmmaker Róisín Loughgrey on a new exciting interactive documentary: ‘Through the Green Door’ based on four of the homes featured on our website.

An i-doc is an interactive documentary film viewed on the web where the narrative unfolds depending on what YOU want to see.  The idea of ‘Through the Green Door’ is to try to make the Green Door festival experience available to a wider audience. Interviews with homeowners, architects and builders and footage of inside houses allows the viewer to hear a wide range of stories about building, living and renovating in Co Leitrim.

The viewer has a choice of homes to visit, all very different from each other and each with its own story to tell. You click on the house you want to see and listen to an interview with the homeowners. From there you have other options: to hear an interview with the architect or builder, to take a virtual wander round the house or to go back and select another story.

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