See more of the work of Bremner and Orr

Geraldine Brennan

See more of the work of Bremner and Orr, the interior design company behind the Roald Dahl project, through this weekend's London Open House, when the public has access to usually off-limits buildings. Bremner and Orr's Discover Story Garden (pictured), off Stratford High Street in east London, is offering rare behind-the-scenes tours at 10.30am and 1pm tomorrow. The Edwardian temperance hotel was converted at a cost of pound;6 million by Dannatt Johnson architects and Bremner and Orr; Discover opened its Story Trail for children and full schools programme in summer 2003. Places are limited and you can't book - just turn up at 1 Bridge Terrace, London E15 - but more details about the Discover programme's work is on www.discover.org.uk or tel: 020 8536 5555. See www.londonopenhouse.org.

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