We are delighted to announce that we have received seed funding from the Wikimedia Foundation for a joint project between Parlour, Architexx (New York) and n-ails (Berlin) to increase the representation of women architects on Wikipedia.
There is much work to be done and Parlour has big plans. Work and projects to come include: Marion’s List We need never again hear the excuse ”we asked one woman, but she couldn’t come“. Marion’s List, a public register of the women of Australian architecture, will be launched mid-2015....
Parlour is delighted to announce ‘Portraits of Practice: At work in architecture’, an exhibition at the Tin Sheds Gallery in Sydney.
The Parlour Inc launch was a fantastic, positive event full of ambition for a more equitable and robust profession.
Parlour's first crowd-funding campaign is now finished and we are delighted that we exceeded the target!
“I’ve lost my cynicism!” Speaking at the launch of Parlour Inc, Emma Williamson described her work with the National Committee for Gender Equity, and announced that the Institute of Architects has become Parlour’s inaugural Major Sponsor.
Parlour, the University of Melbourne and the Australian Institute of Architects invite you to help launch Parlour's next phase.
The National Committee for Gender Equity is responsible for ensuring that the Australian Institute of Architects policy has an effect.
Parlour is delighted to be participating in the Women in Architecture seminar in Valencia.
Project 12 Architecture is looking for a part-time employee to work with them to document a new residential project.
The first Champions of Change in architecture have now signed the charter. Congratulations to the Gender Equity Taskforce on establishing the program, and to the first signatories on stepping up to the challenge.
How do we adjust our cities to work for us? Parlour is delighted to be a partner in the Object: Australian Design Centre's Making Demands event.
The Women. Wikipedia. Design was a great success, with twenty new entries from Australia. An overview of work to date and plans for the future.
Writing Wikipedia entries lead Tania Davidge to consider the concept 'notability', how it is constructed and what it means for women in architecture.
The Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice help Australian architecture move towards a more equitable profession; one that offers opportunity for all and is better positioned to meet contemporary challenges.