Can architecture make a difference to the experience of those seeking safety from violence in refuge accommodation? Samantha Donnelly explores the issues.
Ilianna Ginnis argues for recognition of individuals with non-verbal and diverse communication, and the need to incorporate appropriate engagement into the design process.
Disaster recovery work is complex. Barnaby Bennett offers 10 tips based in his research and experience working with post-disaster and under-developed communities.
As higher densities continue to change urban communities, architect Natalia Krysiak turns her attention to the needs of our youngest citizens.
Nicole Kalms, Gill Matthewson, Pamela Salen, Gene Bawden, Hannah Korsmeyer, Allison Edwards August 9th, 2018 • No Comments
Monash University's XYX Lab workshop ideas for a safer, more welcoming Melbourne for women and girls
"... society needs feminist architects to identify the political implications of design and planning." Carla Corroto argues for a new function for feminism in architecture.