Nextdoor Nature with the Scottish Wildlife Trust

Imagine living in a neighbourhood where nature thrives, where there is a strong sense of community spirit and where people […]

Guest Author

Posted on Jan 11, 2024

A Place I Love: Banda Naira by Alsa Andriana

Summer Intern, Alsa Andriana, writes about her trip to Banda Naira in this beautiful ‘A Place I Love’ blog piece.

Guest Author

Posted on Jun 13, 2023

A Place I Love: Dublin by Aifric O’Leary-Deane

Guest writer Aifric explores the streets and spaces of childhood home city, Dublin, in this ‘A Place I Love’ blog.

Guest Author

Posted on May 9, 2023

ExploreStation: Creative conversations about the future of British railway stations and local places

Rail travel is as British as crumpets and tea, an iconic feature of the landscape which connects our cities, towns […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Jun 10, 2022

Down Lane Park: Kick-starting a Community Design Group

February 2022 Haringey Council is working with residents and community partners to deliver a new vision for Down Lane Park […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Feb 16, 2022

Our New Office: Heritage, Place and New Neighbours

As we said goodbye to 2021, The Glass-House also bid our previous office farewell. Our space at Wardrobe Place, built […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Feb 4, 2022

A Letter to Future Placemakers from Jake Stephenson-Bartley

For our new blog series ‘A Letter to Future Placemakers‘, we’re showcasing letters that thoughtfully share learning points from your […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Dec 9, 2021

ExploreStation: Exploring a New Design Standard for Stations Across the UK

In November, The Glass-House delivered our first round of exhibitions and workshops for ExploreStation, a programme of online and face-to-face […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Nov 29, 2021

Bioregionalism in Placemaking: Looking at Your Local Spaces with a New Lens

Lockdown, with its trials and monotony, did have a positive impact on the way that we all regard and relate […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Sep 7, 2021

Sustainability: Greening London

As a keen gardener and life-long Londoner, I’ve been pleasantly surprised to see areas of London turning super green over […]

Deborah Ajia

Posted on Aug 20, 2021