PARLOUR: a space to speak – bringing together research, informed opinion and resources; generating debate and discussion; expanding the spaces for women in Australian architecture.
Business case

The business case for inclusive workplaces is well established in other professions and industries. What are the opportunities for architecture? We are particularly interested to hear from architectural practices that are moving in this direction.

How to flex

How to flex

The secret is out! Sonia Sarangi reports on How to Flex, a discussion CPD event that demonstrated the advantages of flexible workplaces.
The challenge of changing culture

The challenge of changing culture

Monica Edwards and Natalie Lane-Rose speak with Arup CEO Peter Bailey about his role as a Champion of Change – a visible advocate for diversity in practice.
A look behind the drapes – auditing Redshift’s equity practice

A look behind the drapes – auditing Redshift’s equity practice

Michael Lewarne reports on Redshift Architecture's equity audit – and challenges other offices to conduct similar workplace equity audits and publish the results.
The business case for gender equity

The business case for gender equity

Michael Smith outlines the advantages of gender equity for the business of architecture.
Going far together

Going far together

How do you build a equitable and inclusive workplace? Antony Di Mase reflects on the training and team-building processes developed in his small practice.
Architecture, gender, economics

Architecture, gender, economics

Justine Clark outlines the various intersections of gender, economics and architecture.
Women in architecture

Women in architecture

Karen Burns' essay gives an overview of the state of play and the issues facing women in Australian architecture.
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