Parlour has had an extraordinarily busy 18 months. We have now sat down and put it all together in our latest Parlour in Action report – a bumper edition, covering Parlour activity over the period May 2019–December 2020
Watch Not an Expert, an online discussion about Cultural Authority with Danièle Hromek, Francoise Lane and Sarah Lynn Rees.
Watch Parlour LAB 04: Architecture for Joy / Joy for Architecture – our session on mental wellbeing with Rebecca McLaughlan and Naomi Stead.
Justine Clark reflects on International Women's Day.
Anwyn Hocking reflects on the socialist beginnings of International Women’s Day and remembers the women who rallied for a different version of IWD.
Monica Edwards and Shaun Carter discuss the origins of the Champions of Change, along with achievements, challenges and plans for the future.
How and why do we recover the histories of women’s active participation in shaping the built environment? Watch Jude Barber, Sarah Rafson, Madhavi Desai and Karen Burns discuss recent projects to rewrite history in a Transformations panel discussion chaired by Julie Willis. How do we recover the histories of women’s...
Nicole Kalms and Derlie Mateo-Babiano look at how practitioners and researchers can help create more equitable transport environments.
How do we make the workplaces of the future? Watch the panel discussion from Transformations: Action on Equity, with Brian Clohessy, Angela Dapper, Patricia Rhee, Stephanie Bullock.
Naomi Stead and Ben Channon discuss what can we do to improve the mental wellbeing of students and practitioners.
Dr Sharon Egretta Sutton dares built environment professionals to accomplish an equitable future, not for themselves, but for the society they serve. Watch the keynote from Transformations: Action on Equity. In Activists Transforming Injustice: This is What Change Looks Like, Dr Sharon Egretta Sutton dares built environment professionals to accomplish...
What does the research tell us about careers in architecture and the built environment professions? Valerie Francis and Gill Matthewson outline their findings.
How do Indigeneity and gender intersect? Watch the Transformations conversation between Sarah Lynn Rees and Carroll Go-Sam.
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Our Home /Work series asks the Parlour community to share experiences of the adjustment to new work arrangements, and the ongoing impact. Find out how to contribute here.
Melbourne University PhD candidate Andrew Murray reflects on the challenges and pleasant diversions of his two-week confinement in his childhood bedroom in Perth.