Projects

  • The Glass-House Debate Series 2015/16 A Place for Everyone

    A Place for Everyone?

    The Glass-House Debate Series 2015/16 took place in Edinburgh, Manchester, Nottingham and London, exploring themes of sharing, belonging, rights and responsibilities and the elements that come together to make a place thrive.

  • Community led housing knowledge exchange 2016

    Community-led Housing Knowledge Exchange

    In partnership with London Community Neighbourhood Co-operative, we looked at the opportunities for community-led housing through a multi-stakeholder event and film.

  • GH14-15 Debate Series To a More Ambitious Place

    To a more ambitious place

    With debates in Glasgow, Sheffield, Bristol and London, The Glass-House 2014/15 Debate Series questioned and explored our ambition for our places and how we achieve them.

  • Putting People in their Place

    Putting People in their Place

    The Glass-House Debate Series 2012/13 supported discussion around the UK on the relationship between people, place and value.

  • Are we designing young people out of public space?

    Are we designing young people out of public space?

    In 2007-2008, we explored the design of public space for young people, and their role in that, in a debate series held in partnership with the Young Advisors Resource Network.

  • Localism Roundtable with the Home Builders Federation

    Localism Roundtable with the Home Builders Federation

    The Glass-House was invited by the Home Builders Federation to facilitate a roundtable discussion on the implications of the Localism Act for community engagement in housing development.

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    LIFT New Parliament design competition and community jury

    The London International Festival of Theatre wanted to commission a mobile theatre and meeting space and asked The Glass-House to support local residents in selecting and shaping the design competition process.