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Posts by Tania Davidge
Hard work

Hard work

Older women are the fastest growing cohort of homeless people in Australia. Tania Davidge explores the gendered inequities creating this crisis and strategies for early intervention.
Good Citizens – participating in public

Good Citizens – participating in public

Watch our session on advocacy and the importance of built environment professionals embracing what it means to be a good citizen – with Tania Davidge and Colleen Peterson.
Good citizens

Good citizens

What are our rights and responsibilities as architects? How do we keep the needs of community at the forefront? Tania Davidge asks what it means to be a good architectural citizen.
Architectural rabbit holes

Architectural rabbit holes

Now could be the perfect time to look up, take stock, consider your options and head down those architectural rabbit holes, writes Tania Davidge.
Work / life imbalance

Work / life imbalance

Tania Davidge has been thrown for a loop by the demands of COVID-19 isolation and juggling work with the supervision, feedback and conversation kids require for online learning. 
2018 MPavilion – Naomi Milgrom & Carme Pinós

2018 MPavilion – Naomi Milgrom & Carme Pinós

Carme Pinós is the architect for the 2018 MPavilion! Tania Davidge interviews philanthropist Naomi Milgrom.
Reporting from the Front

Reporting from the Front

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.
How to be 'notable'

How to be ‘notable’

Writing Wikipedia entries lead Tania Davidge to consider the concept 'notability', how it is constructed and what it means for women in architecture.
Australian women of the 2012 Venice Biennale

Australian women of the 2012 Venice Biennale

Tania Davidge reflects on the diverse range of Australian women at in the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Shifting the discourse

Shifting the discourse

Tania Davidge asks how might we subvert, challenge or rethink elements of architecture culture that disadvantage women and diversity.
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