Under-valuing the core business of design is not the path to a sustainable industry. At the recent Victorian architecture awards, Vanessa Bird beseeches architects to value themselves and their work, and to set fees accordingly. The future of the profession will depend upon it.
UNSW is seeking to develop a diverse cohort of sessional teaching staff through a new expression of interest.
Congratulations to the Australian Institute of Architects on the new Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize!
Atelier Red+Black’s mentoring program gives ‘real world’ insights and practical advice to female final-year students. Michael Smith and Sonia Sarangi outline the benefits.
“Architecture is very … white.” Yvonne Meng raises the uncomfortable issue of race and cultural diversity in architecture, arguing that we must advocate for equity for all.
The Dangerous Women Project is calling for reflections, essays, memoir, research or thought-provoking stories for its fascinating website.
PARC's new CPD offering is a series of seminars on the ABIC suite of contracts.
Women are seriously underrepresented as registered architects in Australia. Parlour thinks that this matters – so we welcome two new fast track pathways to assist experienced practitioners become registered.
Gender is just one aspect of a diverse profession. Gill Matthewson opens up the discussion of the immense value of different perspectives in architecture.
Lee Hillam finds herself inspired by How Soon is Now – and Julie Eizenberg's ‘fierce’ comment
Why do women knock back the chance to speak? Gill Matthewson explores the reasons why women can be reluctant to get on stage.
The NSW Gender Equity Taskforce (GET) is making a difference (and you can too!). Lee Hillam talks with Callantha Brigham.
XOTTA Architects has a flexible employment opportunity available for an architect or talented graduate with 5+ years experience.
Looking for that once-in-a-lifetime volunteer experience? The Anganwadi Project could be for you.
April 13th, 2016 • No Comments
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In the midst of many tributes to Zaha Hadid, Gill Matthewson offers a short reflection on what her career means in the context of gender and architecture, while John Gollings shares a fabulous image from his archive. Zaha Hadid has died suddenly in Miami at the young age of 65. She...