Gaming with The Willow on Broadwaters: using play and technology to talk about design
On Tuesday 29 June, The Glass-House was invited to deliver our first in-person workshop this year to a group of […]
Co-Design in The Time of Covid: The digital shift of participation and placemaking
On Thursday 25 March, we hosted Co-Design in The Time of Covid, our final event in our We Design 20/2021 […]
Callout Brief: INSPIRED
A call for contributions to our new Glass-House blog series We invite you to contribute an anecdote about community leadership […]
Who’s paying for it? Funding public projects in 2020
Earlier this month, the news broke that Croydon Council had declared effective bankruptcy, citing the impact of Coronavirus and financial […]
Weeds, Wildflowers & White Privilege: a roundtable with Dr Bridget Snaith
On a slightly sunny Tuesday in September, I logged into yet another zoom webinar for a Future of London Roundtable […]
What’s Vital Now? ‘What If….We Did Our Bit?
I’m one of the lucky Londoners to have nature on my doorstep. The Roding Valley Park is just a short […]
What’s Vital Now? Access, power & accountability
It is vital that we take action towards driving change, be that by educating ourselves and others on these issues; asking difficult questions; committing time, money or resources where possible to support projects and campaigns which aim to address inequality; or in other proactive ways.
Designing a More Inclusive Bloomsbury: participatory planning project with The Glass-House and UCL students
This student project was developed in collaboration between The UCL Bartlett School of Planning and The Glass-House Community Led Design, working with Dr Yasminah Beebeejaun and Ju Eun Kim.
Reclaiming Streets for People
The city of Milan recently announced that they are radically rethinking how movement around their city centre will work in […]
Public Space in the Time of Covid-19
In the midst of a pandemic, public space takes on a new weight as we establish our relationship with the […]