Working with TAP Interns to Evolve our Practice

Over the next 2 months, we will be working alongside two interns from Sheffield University who are enrolled on an […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Jun 22, 2022

Bringing together Student Research and Community Engagement at The Junction

This blog is a contribution from a group of students from UCL Bartlett School of Planning, which The Glass-House helped […]

Guest Author

Posted on Jun 22, 2022

Working with an Ethic of Care

Opinion piece Having worked at The Glass-House for a while now and having built my confidence and familiarity with The […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Jun 21, 2022

GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Challenging stereotypes through co-design

Our June Glass-House Chat, Challenging stereotypes through co-design, emerged as a topic within The Glass-House when discussing our own frustrations […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Jun 20, 2022

Supporting the Recovery of the High Street in Bath and North East Somerset by Alex Bugden

Our guest writter, Alex Bugden is a Town Planner with eight years’ experience delivering projects within the built environment. With […]

Guest Author

Posted on Jun 14, 2022

Open Call: Activating Collaborative Networks in Local Places through Cross-pollination

Are you part of a local network of groups and organisations working to improve your neighbourhood? Would you like to […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Jun 10, 2022

ExploreStation Brighton Workshop by Emma Charleston

In 2021, The Glass-House was invited into a partnership alongside Commonplace and Digital Urban, led by Design Council, to deliver […]

Guest Author

Posted on May 31, 2022

People Powered Places: Empowering community champions as experts

May 2022 People Powered Places is Metropolitan Workshop‘s second annual practice-based research project. It aims to explore innovative methods of […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 30, 2022

GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Making as a design engagement tool

This month’s Glass-House Chat, Making as a design engagement tool, explored the act of making as a catalyst to enable […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on May 17, 2022

Cross-pollinating Glasgow

On 26 April, we gathered together a group of people in the East End of Glasgow, for Share, Connect, Create Glasgow, to talk about how they might work together to make interesting things happen in that neighbourhood and in the city as a whole.

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 10, 2022