Jane’s Walks London Festival 2023: Come With Me Through the Green Lungs and Along the Blue Veins in Mile End
Elly writes about her experience leading a Jane’s Walk through the green lungs and along the blue veins of Mile End.
GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: What is Placemaking Now?
When we work with a new group, be they professionals, community members or students, we find that the crucial first […]
Vince’s Journey: A reflection on his Glass-House internship & The State of Play workshop
Vince shares his journey on the TAP programme internship that he has spent with The Glass-House over the summer and […]
Exploring young people’s relationships with place at The Baytree Centre
Over the summer, The Glass-House collaborated with The Baytree Centre, an educational charity and centre for women and girls in […]
GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Guerilla Urbanism – an approach to consider?
Our June Glass-House Chat, Guerilla Urbanism – an approach to consider?, set out to explore guerilla urbanism, which is generally […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Breaking down jargon in design and placemaking
This month’s Glass-House Chat, Breaking down jargon in design and placemaking, explored the role language, and specifically technical, industry-specific jargon, […]
GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Building relationships through design and placemaking
The theme of this month’s Glass-House Chat, Building relationships through design and placemaking, has emerged as a recurring area of […]