Tag: Women in architecture
The 2020 International Women’s Day gives pause to reflect on what an “equal, enabled” world means in the face of global challenges.
Architect and Yale professor Peggy Deamer wants us to see architecture as work, and architects as workers.
From a “modern day Machu Picchu” to “cool mysterious interiors,” we sample some of the most notable projects by the first all-female duo to win the Pritzker Prize.
Architecture’s highest honour has been awarded to two women for the first time in its history.
Natalie Brcar and Michael Morony run a practice grounded in principles of environmentally sustainable design.
Lynda Simmons discusses how the hours spent ‘working’ and ‘caring’ are divided and how that might affect architecture practices.
Pakistan’s first female architect, who’s had a decades-long career in humanitarian architecture, has been honoured in the 2020 W Awards.
Helen Lochhead has been recognized for helping to change the status quo to a “more equal, more diverse and vibrant society.”
Leah Gallagher and Marjorie Dixon, of Kin Architects, formed their Brisbane-based practice in 2017 with a desire to design people-centric architecture that respects the history and context of their city.
Are flexible working arrangements the key to a more equitable workplace, or a gateway to casualization?
An event in Melbourne, held in anticipation of International Women’s Day, sought to dissect the possibilities of flexibility.
In 2012, Parlour published its first and devastating statistical portrayal of the loss of women from the architecture profession and their sparseness at senior levels. What progress has been made since then?
Women in Sydney, Delhi, Lima, Kampala and Madrid can now collaborate on the creation of maps that show city spaces that make them feel unsafe.
The proportion of women to men in architecture and associated professions is low. Can cities not designed by women really meet their needs?
Parlour editor Justine Clark reflects on the organization’s development since the publication of research in 2014 that laid bare the state of gender inequity in Australian architecture, turns an eye to the future, and explains how you can help.
British architect and designer of Melbourne’s 2015 MPavilion Amanda Levete has been awarded the 2018 Jane Drew Prize, which recognizes someone who has raised the profile of women in architecture.
All four of Victoria’s architecture schools are currently headed by women. Seizing the moment, Parlour has organized a panel discussion to be held at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of the Triennial Extra program.
An all-male taskforce tackling gender inequality in Australian architecture has released its first progress report, which reveals systemic problems in the industry.
Cities aren’t just a male creation, but women’s contributions have been sidelined. Kerry Brown and Dorothy Wardale argue there are ways we can rediscover and restore these women to their rightful place in the stories of our cities.
The Turnbull Foundation Women in the Built Environment Scholarship has been awarded to architect, interior designer and researcher Cathy Smith.
Architect Deborah Dearing and two non-architect members have been appointed to the NSW Architects Registration Board.