Karen Burns is speaking as part of Gender and Space, a Yale School of Architecture Contemporary Architectural Discourse Colloquium.
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.
Show the world gender equity matters the stylish way this summer! Order your t-shirt now!
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!
Protocols for our Instagram guest hosts.
Join us for the third set of Wikipedia writing workshops! Help us to keep increasing the number of women architects on Wikipedia.
We have asked our panellists for Women Transforming to start by speaking briefly to one image that elucidates a particular instance in which women have transformed the city.
Get involved and help increase in the numbers of women in the Australian built environment represented on Wikipedia. The first Melbourne writing workshop is on September 13.
How have feminist understandings of gender and space have been articulated and re-articulated over the last 30 years?
Parlour is delighted to present a discussion event as part of the 2015 M Pavilion program.
Please join a stellar panel of architects – Stephanie Smith, Rachel Neeson, Camilla Block and Imogen Howe – discuss the future of practice. Moderated by Parlour's Justine Clark.
We are delighted to be awarded the 2015 National Bates Smart Award for Architecture in the Media for the Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice. The citation reads as follows: The Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice is a comprehensive resource providing guidance for the architecture profession in issues regarding equality. Parlour...
Be part of Parlour's first exhibition – send us your Portrait of Practice.
Read the wikiD project description, which has received funding from the Wikimedia Foundation.