Reviews of events, exhibitions and publications
Sophie Dyring reflects on the recent symposium and what it offers for thinking about socially valuable housing in Australia.
ArchiTeam’s third biennial conference ‘Trajectories’ pulled together a diverse mix of speakers to unpack possible futures for practice. Nikita Bhopti provides a recap.
Architecture conferences once held little interest for Sarah Hobday-North, but the recent ArchiTeam Conference has forced her to reassess.
March 6th, 2019 • 1 Comment
Sarah Hobday-North finds much to provoke thought and action in Flora Samuel's book Why Architects Matter.
Catriona Quinn reviews Deborah Sugg Ryan's recent book, which brings previously invisible examples of suburban modernism into the spotlight.
Elke Duda and Sarah Rivière review the recent symposium ‘Yes, we Plan!’, hosted in Frankfurt by n-ails Berlin with DAM and the German networks of women architects.
Kerstin Thompson reviews US historian and writer Despina Stratigakos’s latest book Where are the Women Architects?
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.
August 4th, 2016 • No Comments
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.
Its time to fix the men – Andrew Nimmo reports on the launch of the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects Male Champions of Change program.
Sonia Sarangi reviews the Women in Design exhibition, curated by Daniella Casamento for the DIA.
Emily Grandstaff-Rice reports on the American Institute of Architects' Women's Leadership Summit.
Sze Wei Lee reports on the AJ Women in Architecture panel discussion, which canvassed how to manage a successful career after maternity leave, and how to retain top female talent in your practice.