Parlour: women, equity, architecture
Parlour features essays and discussions about women in architecture.
“Why are the numbers of registered female architects disproportionate to the number of female graduates from architecture school?” is one of many questions on the Parlour website, “and why does that number fall behind the numbers of registered architects that are men?” Parlour aims to bridge the gender gap that exists in the sector and covers topics such as unconscious bias, leadership, social equity and mentoring. Launched by a team of scholars from the University of Queensland and edited by Justine Clarke from the University of Melbourne, this website boasts fantastic essays and insightful statistics which address the professional and personal concerns female architects face.
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