Analsyis and anecdote about goings on in the workplace. The opportunities, the constraints and how we might navigate our way through them.
Melinda Dodson, director and principal architect of Melinda Dodson Architects, interviewed by Michael Smith.
Rosemary Burne offers reflections and perspectives on the changing nature of gender politics in architecture.
The secret is out! Sonia Sarangi reports on How to Flex, a discussion CPD event that demonstrated the advantages of flexible workplaces.
And now for the good news – the number of women registering in Australia has skyrocketed!
Gill Matthewson on the complexities of voice and gender in architecture.
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.
Cathy Smith offers a ‘Do-It -Yourself’ guide to navigating the difficult terrain of the architectural academic workplace.
Georgia Singleton, Global Director of Health, Education and Science at Woods Bagot, is the third in Michael Smith's profile series on impressive women who are shaping architecture in Australia.
Ingrid Bakker is a Principal of Hassell in Melbourne, and the second in our profile series of women who are shaping architecture in Australia, initiated by the Gender Equity Committee of the Australian Institute of Architects. Melbourne-based Ingrid Bakker is a Principal of Hassell and part of the regional management team,...
Meet Jane Wetherall, senior architect at Donaldson and Warn – interviewed by Michael Smith for the National Gender Equity Committee.
Don Gazzard ponders the status of women in architecture over the decades and outlines Parlour’s important role in challenging inequity and working towards improved conditions for all.
Join the Institute's National Committee for Gender Equity for an entertaining and informative roundtable discussion about creating flexible practices.
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.
Margaret Skilbeck argues that Archicentre provides an important avenue for women to establish their own practices and thereby stay within the profession.