WE design in Glasgow: bringing intergenerational living to the boil
As part of our WE design event series, The Glass-House invited participants who attended our first event in Glasgow on […]
WE design in Glasgow: ‘I’ll talk to my neighbours more!’
By Grace Crannis On 17 October 2019, we partnered with Civic House for Reconfiguring Place: Intergenerational Cities, the first in our 2019/20 […]
Place, poverty, inequality and possibility on the high street
By Myra Stuart The interplay between place, social networks and life chances is a crucial, and one that is frequently […]
Glass-House Chief Executive appears on Victoria Derbyshire show
On Tuesday 7 August, Glass-House Chief Executive Sophia de Sousa took part in a televised panel discussion on BBC Two’s […]
Lessons from Minamisanriku: Houses or shops?
How can new housing be built in a way that ensures it is supported by local infrastructure? While in Minamisanriku, […]
What is the role of the built environment in the future of our High Streets?
Last week, Louise and I had the pleasure of taking part in High Street Camp, an ‘unconference’ which brought together […]
Reflections on the Portas Review
The Portas Review, an independent review into the future of our high streets by Queen of Shops Mary Portas was […]