Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can young people be placemakers? #1
By Glass-House Enabler Catherine Greig This question makes me want to shout a resounding YES! I believe that the people […]
Supporting young people to engage in place
Over the past two years, The Glass-House has been working in partnership with the Citizenship Foundation to develop an educational programme to […]
How can we learn something from every experience with place?
The irony of it. The day after returning from our debate in Edinburgh exploring the relationship between place and health […]
Life in public spaces for all
We were thrilled to be invited to Manchester to speak at the UK Urban Ageing Network as part of their […]
Granville New Homes Study Visit: September 2013
Maja Luna Jorgensen, Strategic Projects Manager at The Glass-House:Our day-long study visit and workshop to Granville New Homes on 17th […]
Place Potential: Can we improve health through placemaking?
Last Wednesday, October 9th, we opened our 2013/14 Debate Series Place Potential by asking our Scottish audience to respond to […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can we improve health through placemaking? #1
By Matt Bridgestock, Glass-House Enabler As part of the RIAS ‘Architect in the House’ scheme earlier this year, I visited […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can we improve health through placemaking? #2
By Steven Tolson Travelling by bike will help your health and make better places People make PlacesStudents of place making […]
Volunteer Voices: How collaboration can help a community transform derelict land into a thriving green space
By Orsola de Marco One of the most exciting aspects of community-led design projects is being able to witness the […]
What makes for a successful community led project?
Earlier in May we revisited the Gamlingay Eco Hub in Bedfordshire for the second of our new Hosted Tours. Supported by The […]