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

Online events bringing research discussions in architecture and the built environment to the wider professional community. Convened by Kali Marnane and Macarena de la Vega de León.

Building Resilience: designing for disasters

Building Resilience: designing for disasters

Please join Parlour for LAB 08 Building Resilience: designing for disasters, with Temitope Egbelakin and Rosemary Kennedy.
Architecture in multicultural communities

Architecture in multicultural communities

Watch LAB 07 Living Together: architecture in multicultural communities with Kelum Palipane and Maram Shaweesh.
Preparing for Climate Change

Preparing for Climate Change

Watch Parlour LAB 06: Preparing for Climate Change: cities, design and ecology with Nerida Horner and Ihnji Jon.
Designing with Technology

Designing with Technology

Watch Parlour LAB 05, Designing with Technology: Robotics and Computational Design, with Müge Belek Fialho Teixeira and Nicole Gardner.
Architecture for Joy, Joy for Architecture

Architecture for Joy, Joy for Architecture

Watch Parlour LAB 04: Architecture for Joy / Joy for Architecture – our session on mental wellbeing with Rebecca McLaughlan and Naomi Stead.
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.
Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Watch Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Indonesia, Fiji and the Gold Coast. Michaela Prescott and Heather Shearer discuss their research with Kali Marnane and Macarena de la Vega de León.
Women in architecture

Women in architecture

Watch our first Parlour Lab, Women in Architecture: Archives, Data, Visibility, with Julie Collins and Gill Matthewson.
Parlour Lab

Parlour Lab

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 community.
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