Analysis, interpretation and the evidence base. Updates on research from the Parlour team, and other research of interest.
We encourage students of the Parlour community to take the Wellbeing of Architects: Student Survey.
Parlour is delighted to be involved in the research-based advocacy project Wellbeing of Architects: culture, identity + practice. We present regular video updates on the project here.
Take the Wellbeing in Architecture survey 1!
The Work & Wellbeing Survey will help us understand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the people of Australian architecture and the built environment. This will increase knowledge of changes in work arrangements and circumstances, which new aspects are valued, and what people would like to take forward into the workplaces of the future.
Researchers at the University of Melbourne seek participants for a survey on the impact of COVID-19 on residents of share houses in Victoria.
The new Census Report 2001–2016 for Women in Australian Landscape Architecture is available now – the first step in AILA's Gender Equity Project, developed with Parlour and XYX Lab.
New data analysis by Gill Matthewson shows that women are taking matters into their own hands regarding their presence in architecture, but there is still much work to be done.
Compiling, analysing and disseminating data is a very important part of Parlour's advocacy and activism, and has had a great impact. Now Gill Matthewson's data analysis is available for you to use in making change in your own context.
Parlour's work is based in the successful research project Equity and Diversity in the Australian Architecture Profession: Women, Work and Leadership (2011–2014)