Glass-House Chats: Resilient Places Roundtable

Read our final takeaways blog from series 3 of our Glass-House Chats, the Resilient Places Roundtable.

Elly Mead

Posted on Aug 3, 2023

Glass-House Chats: What is a Resilient City?

In this Chat, we explored the meaning of resilience in the context of placemaking across the built environment and beyond. […]

Jake Stephenson-Bartley

Posted on Jun 27, 2023

GLASS-HOUSE CHATS: Future-proofing the Design of Places – Key Takeaways

In this month’s Chat, Future-proofing the Design of Places, we wanted to explore how we can collectively design for the […]

Elly Mead

Posted on Sep 15, 2021

Extracting Placemaking Tools from Minamisanriku

By Martha Isaacs After The Glass-House Chief Executive Sophia de Sousa returned from her research trip to the seaside town […]

Guest Author

Posted on Jul 2, 2015

Lessons from Minamisanriku: Iryado

Places that support, teach and empower Following the tsunami, there was an outpouring of support with volunteers arriving from other […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 20, 2015

Lessons from Minamisanriku: Octopus-Kun – a place to craft

The power of activity and enterprise Following the tsunami, one of the biggest challenges for local people, particularly those whose […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 18, 2015

Lessons from Minamisanriku: Community Gardening

Displacement and personal investment in temporary spaces One of the initiatives led by the local government following the displacement and […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 15, 2015

Lessons from Minamisanriku: Koala Library

What are the most important civic buildings? The first civic building that was rebuilt in Minamisanriku after the tsunami was […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 13, 2015

Lessons from Minamisanriku: Introduction

When I asked a survivor of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Minamisanriku, Japan in June 2011 what we could […]

Sophia de Sousa

Posted on May 6, 2015