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Assemble – Baltic Street Adventure Playground

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Last night, Assemble, a ‘direct action’ architectural collective won the Turner prize for their work in urban regeneration in Toxteth Liverpool. They are the first ‘non-artists’ to win the prize. The Turner judges were impressed with their long term collaboration with residents in the Granby Four Streets and the fact that Assemble show ‘the importance… Continue reading

Public perceptions of high flats in Glasgow – Explorathon 2015

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On Friday 25th of September the ‘Housing, Everyday Life and Wellbeing’ team participated in ‘Explorathon 2015’. We had a stall at Kelvingrove Museum where we told visitors about our project and asked for their opinions on high flats in Glasgow. Here’s what people thought: Gorbals: souce: University of Glasgow Archive, ‘Homes in High Flats collection’ (DC127)… Continue reading