We are delighted to announce a new online event series, Parlour Lab, which brings research discussions in architecture and the built environment to the wider professional community.
Watch Kali and Macarena chat about the Lab series and do get in touch if you would like to be involved and share your research.
Parlour Lab is presented in collaboration with the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), and The University of Queensland. It helps bridge the gap between practice and research, providing a platform for researchers to speak to new audiences and an opportunity for the world of practice to engage with research. The series is convened by Macarena de la Vega de León and Kali Marnane.
Held on Friday lunchtimes AEST, each session features short presentations from an established academic and an emerging researcher, followed by Q&A session led by Macarena and Kali.
Each month our two guest researchers will talk about what they do, why is it relevant and how they do it.
Formal CPD is available for each session in 2021. We will provide a set of questions for each session, which will ask you to reflect on what you have learned, and what it means in the context of your professional practice.
The response can be submitted via an online form for each session. You will receive an email with your responses as evidence of attendance and completion for the session. Please keep the response email for your records.
The learning objectives of the series as a whole relate to the Practice Management and Design Units of Competency and are as follows:
- To increase knowledge of research topics and projects underway in the built environment disciplines
- To explore the potential to activate research findings and processes within practice
- To increase understanding of a range of research methodologies and approaches
- To consider how research and practice-based modes of knowledge might inflect and inform each other
- To increase understanding of diverse career paths within the built environment
- To develop connections between practitioners and researchers