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

Cultural Principles & Protocols For Designers

Cultural Principles & Protocols For Designers

The Cultural Principles and Protocols For Designers, by Danièle Hromek and Terri Janke, provide an informative, accessible resource for designing with Country.
Walking the Talk

Walking the Talk

Walking the Talk: Beyond Acknowledgement – Sarah Lynn Rees, Bernadette Hardy and Marni Reti yarn about social procurement and Indigenising supply chains.
Picking up the Baton – video online

Picking up the Baton – video online

The inaugural Deadly Djurumin Yarn, featuring talented convenors Sarah Lynn Rees and Danièle Hromek, is a highly entertaining and informative introduction to the monthly series. You can now purchase access to this wonderful session through Vimeo on Demand.
Busting the Facade – video online

Busting the Facade – video online

Please join us for Yarn 2 – Busting the Facade: Welcome to Country. Come along to join Danièle Hromek yarning with Samantha Rich, Annaliese McCarthy and Erin McDonald.
Our voices. Our ways. Our time. Our spaces.

Our voices. Our ways. Our time. Our spaces.

Deadly Djurumin provides support for Indigenous women in the built environment professions. Danièle Hromek and Samantha Rich outline the aims and ambitions.
Deadly Djurumin Yarns

Deadly Djurumin Yarns

Deadly Djurumin and Parlour are delighted to present a series of yarns from the perspective of First Nations women. We look forward to seeing you there.
Voices of Country

Voices of Country

Dr Danièle Hromek (Budawang/Yuin) shares her recommendations for reading, listening and viewing to increase understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal cultures.
Not an expert – video now online

Not an expert – video now online

Watch Not an Expert, an online discussion about Cultural Authority with Danièle Hromek, Francoise Lane and Sarah Lynn Rees.
Architecture on Indigenous Lands

Architecture on Indigenous Lands

Watch Parlour Lab 02, Architecture on Indigenous Lands: Thinking Indigeneity, whare whenua, with Carroll Go-Sam and Deidre Brown.
Black feminism & the archi-sphere

Black feminism & the archi-sphere

Linda Kennedy has generously allowed us to republish her reflections on gender, architecture and Aboriginality, first posted on her blog Future Black.
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