Glass-House Chats: The Right to Shape Places

For our last chat of the series, the topic of discussion was The Right to Shape Places. Our discussion explored the challenges different groups of people face, feeling they can or cannot shape the city around them, from policy to practise to placemaking.

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Jul 3, 2024

People, Place, Planet: The Ethical City Event Blog

Read about our third in person WEdesign event ‘The Ethical City’ in collaboration with tutors and students from the Glasgow School of Art and Missing in Architecture.

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Mar 14, 2024

TAP Symposium 2023

On Wednesday 8 November we arrived at Sheffield University Student Union to take part in the TAP (Transforming and Activating […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Nov 17, 2023

Co-design as an Ecological Champion

What is Co-design? From my experience working at The Glass-House, I understand co-design as a method and tool whereby groups […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Nov 10, 2023

The Glass-House 2023 October Newsletter

The Glass-House 2023 September newsletter shares news, events and updates from The Glass-House team.

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Oct 24, 2023

State of Play Workshop with Karakusevic Carson Architects

On 27 July, The Glass-House teamed up with London-based Karakusevic Carson Architects (KCA)  to offer our State of Play workshop […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Aug 11, 2023

Glass-House Chats: What is a Resilient City?

In this Chat, we explored the meaning of resilience in the context of placemaking across the built environment and beyond. […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Jun 27, 2023

INSPIRED Blog Series: Kinning Park Complex – not just a community space

Kinning Park Complex: Not just a Community Space Kinning Park Complex (KPC) is a community-owned and run building in the […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Apr 27, 2023

Glass-House Chats: Arts-led Regeneration or Gentrification?

Over the past few decades, art has become an increasingly popular mechanism for transforming places, whether led by an individual […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Mar 30, 2023

Relearning Place: REdistribute Event Blog

On 1 March, we welcomed people to the University of Sheffield’s Arts Tower for our second event in this year’s […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Mar 7, 2023