A range of series that help passing on knowledge to others
March 2nd, 2021 • No Comments
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.
Through economic downturns, changes in career direction and a lot of hard work, Macarena de la Vega de León has discovered that the best approach is to ‘just keep swimming!’.
October 19th, 2020 • No Comments
Building on our Path Ahead series, a number of our Parlour friends generously offer advice for navigating the architecture profession.
Nikita Bhopti describes her professional growth while in isolation, from managing her digi-presence to developing alternative methods of collaboration, and celebrating successes.
Neil Stonell advises to continue honing your skills and building your portfolio, because historically downturns are followed by upswings, and great skills will always find a home.
Rachael Bernstone interviews five women Deans or Heads of School to canvas the issues, discuss the importance of equity and reflect on their experiences of leadership.
Sarah Buckeridge reflects on her experiences graduating into a weak economy and seeking opportunities overseas.
Suzanne Hunt offers her observations and advice for graduates and students facing unsettling times.
The dream job may be out of reach for now, but being proactive, persistent and open to possibilities often pays off, says recruitment expert Misty Waters.
Madhavi Desai reflects on her feminist awakening, the founding of the Women Architects Forum and the importance of writing the women architects of India into the history books.
What strategies are you using to lift your spirits and maintain mental wellbeing? Nicole Mesquita-Mendes reflects on her commitment to daily meditation.
Collective Architecture’s Jude Barber discusses the value of experimentation and diverse work, the benefits of employee ownership, and the need for us all to hear the Voices of Experience.
Now could be the perfect time to look up, take stock, consider your options and head down those architectural rabbit holes, writes Tania Davidge.