Participating in the public culture of architecture.
History does not document contributions evenly. Janine Campbell reflects on the structural conditions of her own erasure, and Parlour's role in this.
The only way to redress the serious imbalance among the Institute Fellowship is for eligible women to put their hand up. Vanessa Bird outlines the latest gender equity initiatives of the Institute and calls for women to self-nominate.
Tania Davidge was in Venice on Parlour's behalf. Following her excellent guest posting on Instagram, she shares her thoughts on the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
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Reading Artforum's latest issue, Karen Burns falls through a gap in time – between a sophisticated account of identity and the antiquated myths of 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.
Parlour, the NCGE and AWS invite you to Women Transforming the City – Part 2, a lively discussion about women shaping our cities and environments.
In February 2016, friends and colleagues gathered to celebrate the life of Jennifer Taylor. Sydney architect Rachel Neeson paid tribute to her former teacher and dear friend.
Shaneen Fantin on the importance of engaging with other women on big issues and ideas.
Julia Donoho outlines her strategy for redressing the striking gender imbalance in the world of architecture awards.
Read the wikiD project description, which has received funding from the Wikimedia Foundation.
Parlour is delighted to be participating in the Women in Architecture seminar in Valencia.
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.