PARLOUR: a space to speak – bringing together research, informed opinion and resources; generating debate and discussion; expanding the spaces for women in Australian architecture.
Glass ceilings, mirrors, windows and views

Glass ceilings, mirrors, windows and views

Rosemary Burne offers reflections and perspectives on the changing nature of gender politics in architecture.
Parental Leave Membership – Australian Institute of Architects

Parental Leave Membership – Australian Institute of Architects

We are pleased to alert readers to the Institute's Parental Leave and Special Circumstances membership option – a 75% reduction in fees.
Parlour summer – order your t-shirt!

Parlour summer – order your t-shirt!

Show the world gender equity matters the stylish way this summer! Order your t-shirt now!
WikiD Guide to Wikipedia Editing

WikiD Guide to Wikipedia Editing

We have developed a set of five brief guides to help you learn about writing for Wikipedia. Now available in German as well as English!
Help support Parlour

Help support Parlour

To continue our work, Parlour needs your support. We need assistance from sponsors, donors and supporters – like-minded organisations, business and individuals who value our work and its results.
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Gender and Space

Gender and Space

Karen Burns is speaking as part of Gender and Space, a Yale School of Architecture Contemporary Architectural Discourse Colloquium.
Women in Architecture: Melinda Dodson

Women in Architecture: Melinda Dodson

Melinda Dodson, director and principal architect of Melinda Dodson Architects, interviewed by Michael Smith.
Places women make

Places women make

Urbanist Jane Jose celebrates the unsung urban heroines who have shaped our cities in her book, Places Women Make: Unearthing the contribution of women to our cities.
Sessional teaching opportunity – Monash

Sessional teaching opportunity – Monash

Monash University is looking for sessional tutors for the Interior Architecture program for Semester 1, 2016.
A new Women in Architecture survey

A new Women in Architecture survey

Please take a short international survey, which follows up on a set of questions asked to women in architecture in 1975.
Glass ceilings, mirrors, windows and views

Glass ceilings, mirrors, windows and views

Rosemary Burne offers reflections and perspectives on the changing nature of gender politics in architecture.
How to flex

How to flex

The secret is out! Sonia Sarangi reports on How to Flex, a discussion CPD event that demonstrated the advantages of flexible workplaces.
Women in Architecture: Caroline Stalker

Women in Architecture: Caroline Stalker

In our latest profile of impressive women in Australian architecture, Michael Smith interviews Caroline Stalker.
Parlour is now on Facebook

Parlour is now on Facebook

Parlour has now added Facebook to its social media activity, you can find us there as well as on Twitter and Instagram. We hope this helps you to stay up to date with all things Parlour.
Parental Leave Membership – Australian Institute of Architects

Parental Leave Membership – Australian Institute of Architects

We are pleased to alert readers to the Institute's Parental Leave and Special Circumstances membership option – a 75% reduction in fees.
The Parlour effect

The Parlour effect

And now for the good news – the number of women registering in Australia has skyrocketed!
Same words, different mouth

Same words, different mouth

Gill Matthewson on the complexities of voice and gender in architecture.
Parlour summer – order your t-shirt!

Parlour summer – order your t-shirt!

Show the world gender equity matters the stylish way this summer! Order your t-shirt now!
Will Technology Create the Next Generation Gender Divide?

Will Technology Create the Next Generation Gender Divide?

Why are women so rare in the influential field of architectural technology? Ceilidh Higgins considers the tech gender divide and the impact of this on women’s careers.
Hidden Hegemonies

Hidden Hegemonies

Cathy Smith offers a ‘Do-It -Yourself’ guide to navigating the difficult terrain of the architectural academic workplace.
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