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    Glass-House Debate – Newcastle

    Once again the topic – Community Led Design: what is it and does it work? – was tackled in the latest Glass-House Debate, held on 21st February. The event was hosted by partners, Northern Architecture, at the Bond Centre in central Newcastle. Sophia de Sousa, Glass-House Chief Executive, introduced the theme and said how glad she […]

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    The Value of Community Led Design – another success!

    Great news! The Glass-House and partners – the Open University and Architecture Centre Network – have been successful in gaining another grant of £40,000 from the Arts and Humanities Research Counci (AHRC) to carry out a piece of action research into The Value of Community Led Design. This piece of research will use creative and […]

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    Upcoming events

    The Glass-House and partner organisations are holding a series of lively and informative events all exploring the built environment from various perspectives. Below is a bitesize overview of each one with link to book your place. The Glass-House and Architecture Centre Network (ACN): A debate which discusses and explores the different approaches to ensuring design […]

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    Glass-House and University of Sheffield Collaborative PhD Studentship in community led design

    Great news! The Glass-House and Bureau – Design + Research (a research unit within the School of Architecture, University of Sheffield) have been successful in securing an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award. The topic of this research will be community led design. It will investigate, within the context of community involvement in […]

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