Working with Young People from the Ebbsfleet Design Group
Read about The Glass-House’s workshop exploring design engagement with young people in Ebbsfleet.
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.
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 […]
Looking Back on Portobello Connects
Read our blog which looks back our 2019 event, Portobello Connects, and explores refections and key takeaways on cross-pollination with event participants.
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 […]
A Letter to Future Placemakers from Beth Whalley: Stories-so-far from Midsomer Norton
Our blog series ‘A Letter to Future Placemakers’, showcases letters that thoughtfully share learning points from lived and/or professional experience […]
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 […]
Cross-pollination: Design day in Merthyr
This blog was first published on our project website for Cross-pollination: Growing cross-sector design collaboration in placemaking, a collaborative action […]
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 […]
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 […]