• Building sector skills through our seminars for RIBA CPD 2019

    The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) commissioned The Glass-House to provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training on community engagement and collaborative design techniques as part of the 2019 RIBA Core Curriculum Programme, City Club Programme and in-practice offer.

  • Exploring neighbourhood design at St Raphael’s Estate

    In the north London borough of Brent, The Glass-House delivered a programme of our Design Training to prepare and upskill residents for the design and development process for their housing estate that lay ahead.

  • Building a shared vision for New Union Wharf

    We delivered a series of design workshops on behalf of East Thames Housing Association to help residents engage in the redevelopment of their estate.

  • White City Green: Empowering young people through new development

    The Glass-House worked with St James and Phoenix High School in White City, to give local young people an opportunity to engage in design thinking and build their employability skills.

  • Bacton Low Rise regeneration, Gospel Oak

    A programme of design training support for Bacton Low Rise Residents' Association, to work with Camden Council on the redevelopment of social housing in Gospel Oak, north London.

  • Prioritising Assets Wirral

    Prioritising assets with Wirral Council

    A pilot project with Wirral Borough Council and Local Partnerships to explore the future use of council-owned assets in Moreton.

  • Meriden estate community workshop 2014

    Developing an approach to informed neighbourhood change in Watford

    We worked with Watford Community Housing Trust to develop an approach to empower residents to play an informed and active role in changes to their neighbourhood

  • Support to Granville New Homes

    Granville New Homes, South Kilburn

    We supported Brent Council to create a design process for the development of new housing and community spaces, that would involve and empower residents in decision-making and engage the wider community,

  • Manningham Mills workshop

    Making Buildings Work for Your Community

    The Asset Transfer Unit commissioned The Glass-House to carry out research on community buildings around the country that had undergone a refurbishment process, and to produce a design resource to help other groups.