Welcome to the Parlour Collective!

It is great to see you here. We look forward to working together to improve equity and build community.

What is the Parlour Collective?

The Parlour Collective is Parlour’s new supporter program. It creates funding security for our long-term future, while providing further opportunity for action, research, mutual support and camaraderie.

The Collective reinforces our capacity to bring many voices together, to advocate for all and to catalyse further positive change. It facilitates the research and resources needed to shape the future of the built environment professions.

The Collective supports practices and organisations to increase and share knowledge, and to demonstrate their values – to their staff, clients and peers.

The Collective helps people to shape their professional lives and to share experiences and support others.

Parlour provides voice to those who have been invisible, with kindness and integrity.”

— Bernadette Hardy

Why now?

Two reasons. Firstly, Parlour turns 11 this year! We have achieved an enormous amount but there is still a lot to do. The Collective will help accelerate this work. Secondly, the world of work is at a crossroads. At Parlour we are striving to shape the workplaces and professions of the future. The Parlour Collective helps us to amplify and extend our collective voice and impact.

Through the turmoil of the pandemic, Parlour worked hard to create spaces of mutual support and discussion. We help navigate challenging times and reshape the world into which we are now emerging.

We have had a big impact, and created a much-loved program. This was possible thanks to the significant contribution made by our longstanding, much-appreciated Parlour Partners.

To maintain and develop this program of activity we need an additional long-term funding stream.

Over the last two years I’ve appreciated Parlour’s positive energy, fierce integrity and opportunities to connect.

Whenever I feel depressed about the state of the profession, your work gives me hope!”

— Saneia Norton

The Parlour Collective replaces the Parlour Friends donation system, but it is about much more than money. The Collective will strengthen the vibrant community that has gathered around Parlour Inc over the last decade. It will mean new ways to get involved and new initiatives. Ultimately, the Collective is about expanding ways to work together to make the professions we want and need.

Who can join?


The Parlour Collective is open to all: individuals, practices and organisations large and small; students, recent graduates, established practitioners, academics, other built environment professionals, and everyone else who is interested.

The larger and more diverse the Collective, the more we can achieve.

What will Parlour do with the funds raised?

The funds raised through the Parlour Collective will support a range of activities and programs, existing and new, in addition to facilitating the Collective itself.

At a base level, funds will ensure the continuation of the existing event and editorial programs and suite of projects and initiatives, which have expanded substantially as we responded to the pandemic.

Behind the scenes, we will develop our systems, processes and expand the team, thereby increasing Parlour’s capacity. We will complete the upgrade of the website and we hope to establish a writers fund.

Is there a better online community right now?”

— Sue Wittenoom

We also have many new projects and initiatives planned (see below for details).

The more people, practices and organisations join, the more can be achieved – so sign up now!

What are the plans for the future?

As the Parlour Collective grows, it will provide resources to develop a range of new initiatives that will create additional benefits for the Collective and the Parlour community at large.

We will proceed with these as and when adequate funds are raised.

We look forward to working with the Collective on developing and delivering the following.

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Mentoring & sponsorship programs

One of the most frequent requests here at Parlour is for mentoring. Developing and running effective mentoring or sponsorship programs requires a significant investment of time and resources.

The Collective presents the opportunity to set these up. Access to the programs will become one of the benefits of joining.

Data analysis & research

The data from the most recent Census will be released in late 2022. The analysis of this information is an important way to understand participation and track progress and a fundamental foundation for ongoing advocacy. This will build on the previous Parlour Census Report. The Collective will help fund ongoing research, analysis and action.

Updated Parlour Guides

Updating and revising the highly successful Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice has long been planned. This will include reviewing the existing and adding new guides to essential topics, such as harassment.

Collective supporters will have the opportunity to participate in the review and revision. Those in the upper tier will receive printed copies.

Model policy library

Policies, frameworks and implementation guides that support and enhance equity are very dear to Parlour’s heart. Over the years, many practices have approached us seeking support in the area.

The Collective is an opportunity to harness the knowledge and experience of a diverse group to develop model policies that will benefit all.

Parlour Collective Charter / social procurement

The Parlour Collective Charter will be developed in collaboration with the Collective participants. This will provide a useful framework for improving equity within practices and will help demonstrate commitments to gender equity in relation to social procurement requirements. (Note: as per the fine print, joining the Collective does not confer Parlour Inc’s endorsement.)

Advocacy & policy submissions

Parlour’s work has a strong evidence base and we have assembled significant research on equity-related matters. We have proven ourselves as advocates, but limited resources have constrained our ability to submit to government reviews and policy initiatives.

The Collective is an opportunity to work on this together, to harness the expertise of a wide group, and make sure that the voices of the built environment professions are heard.

Agony Aunt advice line

Another long-planned initiative, the ‘Agony Aunt’ program will respond to questions posed by the Parlour community. A group of ‘aunties’ (of all genders) will combine lived experience and expert knowledge to provide insightful answers that will assist many.

Parlour roundtables / working groups

The Parlour community has extraordinary knowledge and experience, and we are keen to develop additional platforms to develop and share this. The Roundtables will be self-organised working groups on specific topics, led by practices or individuals within the Collective. Parlour will establish the broad platform and provide strategic support.

Reciprocal relationships

Parlour has excellent connections to a wide range of other organisations, both in Australia and internationally. Establishing the Collective is an opportunity to extend these relationships through Memoranda of Understanding, which may include reciprocal benefits.

Collective programs / buying power

There is great potential to use the Parlour Collective to facilitate access to workshops and programs that are not usually available to individuals.

For further information, check out the Parlour Collective Benefits, FAQ and Fine Print. Or just sign up!

All the Parlour Collective has to offer

What are the benefits?

Being part of the Parlour Collective brings a swathe of opportunities. Practices, individuals and organisations – all have plenty to gain and much to give through the Collective.

Benefits and opportunities (for yourself and others) will increase over time as we develop new programs and projects together.


The Parlour Collective is a great way to raise your voice, shape your career, provide and seek advice, contribute to crucial discussions, and get things done together!

The Collective enables you to contribute, to be supported and to support others. We also plan to develop Collective workshops and other activities that are not otherwise available to individuals.

Be seen, find your voice and support others – join the Collective today!


Being part of the Parlour Collective helps convey your organisation’s values (to colleagues, employees and clients), build your culture, invest in staff development, and attract the best and the brightest.

Equally important, is the opportunity to learn, to share knowledge, to give back to the profession and help build an equitable and robust future for all.

Stand up and be part of the solution – join the Collective today!

Collective Benefits for all

Many of the Parlour Collective benefits are available to all – regardless of the level you sign up for. Everyone has access to the following:

  • Collective pricing on all event tickets and CPD recordings
  • Complimentary tickets to Parlour events at the mid and top tiers)
  • Free access to the back catalogue of 2020 events – including CPD
  • Access to Collective-only workshops & training
  • Collective pricing on Parlour merchandise and publications
  • Post items on the Parlour noticeboard
  • Named on the Meet the Collective page, and other Parlour Collective lists
  • Parlour Collective marque for use on websites, email signatures and other participant collateral
  • Individuals identified as part of the Parlour Collective on Marion’s List
  • Support Parlour’s ongoing research
  • Contribute to Parlour’s growing advocacy program
  • Invest in the future by supporting the development of significant new initiatives, such as mentoring programs, new event series and workshop
  • Practices – communicate your values to clients and meet their expectations about social procurement and aligned cultures
  • Maintain relevance in a fast-changing environment
  • Help ensure Parlour events and activities can remain affordable and accessible to all
  • Join a network of practices and individuals keen to actively shape the future

Benefits per level

The Parlour Collective is organised into three tiers, with three levels in each tier. Everyone can find something that suits them and the contribution they are interested and able to make.

Those who join at the mid and top tiers enjoy additional concrete benefits, commensurate with increased contribution – from event tickets to in-house Marion’s List workshops, post-event discussion sessions and the ability to host a talks. Click on the accordian below for detail.

Parlour / Starter | * Enthusiast | ^ Accomplice ($42, $100, $250 p/a)

Our entry tier, aimed at individuals and sole traders who are keen to get involved in the Collective. (Note: Parlour Starter is our concession option.)

These levels bring all the fantastic Collective Benefits outlined above.

Parlour ! Agitator | Intriguer | { Aficionado ($500, $1000, $2500 p/a)

Our mid tier is for those who are ready and able to contribute more to the Collective – small and medium-sized practices and more established people.

Parlour ! Agitator
All the fantastic Collective Benefits outlined above!
+ 5 comp event tickets p/a*
+ 5 comp tickets to 2022 CPD event library p/a
+ Marion’s List writing workshop
Parlour Intriguer
All the fantastic Collective Benefits outlined above!
+ 10 comp event tickets p/a
+ 10 comp tickets to 2022 CPD event library p/a
+ Marion’s List workshop
Parlour { Aficionado
All the fantastic Collective Benefits outlined above!
+ 25 comp event tickets p/a*
+ 25 comp tickets to 2022 CPD event library p/a
+ Marion’s List workshop

Notes: * Event tickets are to Parlour’s online event program, excluding the Deadly Djurumin Yarns.

There may be some opportunity for smaller practices to ‘club together’ and join the Collective as a group in one of the top tier options. If you have a group interested in this approach, get in touch to discuss.

Parlour Advocate | ¿ Provocateur | < Benefactor ($5000, 10,000, $15,000+ p/a)

Our top tier for large practices and organisations and those able to give back generously, while making the most of all the Collective offers.

Parlour < Benefactor
All the fantastic Collective Benefits above!
+ Management for Design business review
+ UNLIMITED access to 2022 CPD back catalogue share with your staff or friends & colleagues}
+ A mix of all the previous benefits
Talk to us!
We can put together a great package

Notes: At the top levels there is some flexibility in the benefits. We are happy to discuss options with practices and organisations. Individuals at these levels can also negotiate alternative benefits to suit or could gift a talk or session to an organisation of their choice. Get in touch to discuss.

How do I get involved?

There are many ways to get involved. Here are a few suggestions to help you and/or your practice or organisation get started.

Develop your voice

The Parlour Collective offers many opportunities to speak up, to share knowledge and to develop voice.

For example, Parlour Collective supporters can sign up to guest host Parlour instagram; tell their story with a Letter to My Younger Self; or contribute to one of Parlour’s other editorial series.

Shape your profession

Contribute to reshaping the built environment professions with an organisation with proven effectiveness in getting things done, raising challenging topics and making change.

For example, practices can share knowledge through the Equity in Practice series; contribute to and/or lead the planned Parlour Collective working groups; support our research programs; participate in Parlour’s growing advocacy program; be an active participant in the many discussion events.

Use Parlour research and resources to help strategise for the future.

Express your values

Joining the Parlour Collective is a simple way to demonstrate your values – and to stand by them.

For example, people are carefully considering who they work for and the kind of workplace they want to be part of. In this competitive environment, the Parlour Collective marque will become a looked-for attribute.

Clients are increasingly looking to align on values, while social procurement requirements are increasing.

Build culture

Participating in the Parlour Collective is a great way to help build the culture of your practice or organisation. This can occur in formal and informal ways.

For example, bring the practice together for Parlour online events, followed by practice-based discussions.

Use Parlour resources, content and videos to initiate and frame conversations.

Encourage people within the practice to participate in Parlour – for example join Marion’s List, attend Parlour Salons, guest host Parlour Instagram and much more.

Invest in the future

Parlour has many future plans – mentoring, a model policy library, Agony Aunt and much more. All will create benefits for the Collective, the community and the professions.

Join us to help make these all happen!

For further information, check out the Parlour Collective What / Why / Who, FAQ and Fine Print. Or just sign up!

Join the Parlour Collective today!

Your support is essential to our future – together we make a difference

Joining the Collective means supporting everyone. There are options to suit every circumstance, and all bring the lovely warm feeling that comes with being part of the Parlour Collective.


Choose your own adventure! Take a look at the options below, select the one that best suits and click to sign up.


Consider the size of your organisation, the contribution you want to make, the benefits of participating and message you want to convey.

We recommend small and medium practices look at the mid-tier options, and encourage larger practices and organisations to join at the top tier.

The Collective is an annual program. Subscriptions renew yearly from the date of sign up. This can be switched to ‘one time’ when signing up, or at any time during the year.

For more information, take a look at the benefits, read about future plans, check out our FAQ and the Parlour Collective Fine Print, or get in touch.

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ENTRY TIER: perfect for individuals and sole traders who are keen to get involved in the Collective
$42 / $100 / $250 p/a

Parlour / Starter
Get going!
Our concession option enables anyone to get started.
Join as a StarterJoin as a Starter
Parlour * Enthusiast
Get involved!
Enthusiasts are keen to be part of the community.
Join as an EnthusiastJoin as an Enthusiast
Parlour ^ Accomplice
Work together!
Accomplices are here to work together.
Join as an AccompliceJoin as an Accomplice

MID TIER: for more established people and practices who are ready to contribute to the Collective
$500 / $1,000 / $2,500

Parlour ! Agitator
Make a difference!
Agitators are keen to help create positive change.
Join as an AgitatorJoin as an Agitator
Parlour Intriguer
Plot better futures!
Intriguers are ready to give back and support each other.
Join as an IntriguerJoin as an Intriguer
Parlour { Aficionado
Share knowledge!
Aficionados are here to share knowledge and learn more.
Join as an AficionadoJoin as an Aficionado

TOP TIER: for those able to give back generously, while making the most of all the Collective offers
$5,000 / $10,000 / $15,000 p/a

Parlour Advocate
Speak up!
Advocates work for positive change and speak up to support others.
Join as an AdvocateJoin as an Advocate
Parlour ¿ Provocateur
Lead by example!
Provocateurs show the way, and don’t mind creating waves in the process.
Join as a ProvocateurJoin as a Provocateur
Parlour < Benefactor
Give back!
Benefactors share the results of their hard work and good fortune – and get a lot back.
Join as a BenefactorJoin as a Benefactor

If you would like to discuss the top levels and associated opportunities before you sign up, please get in touch!

I can’t think where the profession would be without the projects and research you have nurtured over the years.

Your work has had a huge impact and is inspirational for its generosity of spirit and wide-reaching impact.”

— Kirsten Orr

Tell us more

Do you have more questions about the Collective?

Start by perusing the FAQs below, and check out the Parlour Collective Fine Print too.

If you have more queries, please get in touch. We will add to the list of FAQs over time.

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How does the Parlour Collective align with Parlour Inc’s values of inclusion?

From the very beginning Parlour has aimed for radical inclusion – we are here for everyone and anyone who wants to be involved. Put simply, by joining the Parlour Collective, you are helping to ensure that this inclusive approach can continue. This includes maintaining our outstanding editorial and event programs, and helping fund the ongoing development of new research, projects and initiatives.

The Parlour Collective pricing structure is broad – from $15,000+ at the very top to just $42 at the entry level. The Starter level is designed to be as accessible as possible, allowing anyone to join the Collective at minimal cost. Plans for gift subscriptions and a ‘pay it forward’ program will increase accessibility further.

Why should I join the Collective when many Parlour activities are freely available?

The Parlour Collective is a part of our strategy to secure a long-term future and to ensure that we can continue providing a space for all, along with the research and resources needed to help shape the future of the built environment professions.

If enough people and practices join the Parlour Collective, we can keep going with the things that you know and love, and tackle more of the projects on the to-do list. As part of the Collective, you’ll get some great special benefits in recognition of your support and material contribution, along with the lovely feeling of knowing that you are contributing to the future for all.

Why are there so many levels?

We know it is a lot to digest – and we thank you for persevering! Our community is very broad, and we want to accommodate all circumstances. We have nine options so that everyone can find a level within their budget and that they feel comfortable with.

Do I need to be an architect to join?

No! Parlour has always been for everyone who is interested, and the Parlour Collective is just the same. All are welcome!

I am a sole trader. Should I join as an individual or under my business name?

The benefits will be the same either way, but if you sign up under your business name this will be listed on the Meet the Parlour Collective page – which might be best for your profile.

I am not based in Australia. Can I / my practice still join the Parlour Collective?

Yes! Please do. We greatly value our international friends and colleagues, and would love to have you join us on our latest adventure.

My practice has joined the Parlour Collective (yay!). Do I automatically have access to the Collective benefits as an individual?

No. Practices sign up to the Parlour Collective as an entity, not a group of individuals. The entity then has access to the benefits associated with the selected level. It can share these with individuals as it chooses.

We would love to have you join us as an individual too. This enables us to stay in touch if you change jobs.

Sounds perfect for my daughter / father / son / mother / spouse / partner / best friend / colleague / cousin / nemesis. Do you have a gift subscription?

Yes! We would love to welcome them to the Parlour Collective. We are just working out the mechanism for the gift subscription now. For now, just get in touch.

Does Parlour endorse the practices that join the Parlour Collective?

Joining the Parlour Collective does not automatically confer endorsement. (But we do greatly appreciate the support.)

For practices, being part of the Parlour Collective is an excellent way to communicate values to staff, clients and the wider community, but it is up to the practice to ensure that it lives these values in its day-to-day operations.

Can Parlour help our practice with social procurement requirements?

Yes and no (and we are working on it!).

Being part of the Parlour Collective is a credential that may be used to demonstrate commitments to gender equity in relation to social procurement requirements. But, as above, joining the Collective does not confer Parlour Inc’s endorsement.

One of our plans for the future is to develop the Parlour Collective Charter – in collaboration with the Collective participants. As a practice, signing up to the Charter will provide additional weight to the commitment to equity. The planned model policy library will also be a very useful resource.

At this stage, we are not in a position to provide an auditing service for a practice’s equity policies and processes. However, we are interested to explore this in the future – most likely as a separate fee-for-service offer to Parlour Collective practices.

Can I / my practice claim the cost of joining as a tax-deductible expense?

In Australia, the ATO states that you can claim a deduction for “subscriptions to trade, business or professional associations” for the industry you work in. As explained below, Parlour is not a professional association, but it does provide support, resources and tools relevant to the built environment professions.

For those not working in the field, “You can also claim up to $42 per income year for the cost of each subscription you incur for membership of a trade, business or professional association where it is not in direct relation to earning your employment income.” This is the basis of our $42 Parlour Starter level.

Those in other countries will need to check the relevant tax law.

Does this mean that Parlour is now a professional association?

No. Parlour Inc continues to be an incorporated association that aims to be of service to the entire community. A professional association is a different type of organisation, which predominantly serves the needs of its members. There are plenty of hardworking professional associations and institutes for the built environment professions in Australia. We provide a complementary program, and are pleased to collaborate with relevant professional associations where appropriate.

Sounds interesting, but it’s not for me at the moment. Can I still come along to Parlour events, read the website and have my profile on Marion’s List?

Of course! (But we do hope you might be interested to join one day.)

We look forward to working with you at the Parlour Collective. Sign up today!

Introducing the people, practices & organisations of the Parlour Collective

We are thrilled that the following practices and individuals have joined the Parlour Collective. We thank you for your support and we are excited about working together.

The Parlour Collective

Parlour ⁓ Advocate

Speaking up!

Parlour { Aficionado

Sharing knowledge!

Parlour  Intriguer

Plotting better futures!

Parlour ! Agitator

Making a difference!

Parlour ^ Accomplice

Working together!

Parlour * Enthusiast

Getting involved!

  • Tania Davidge*
  • Sue Wittenoom*
  • Alysia Bennett*
  • Badru Ahmed*
  • Ainsley Ryan*
  • Brad Hooper*
  • Mt Eyk*
  • KAD Studio*
  • Ilana Razbash*
  • Suzette Jackson*
  • Vanessa Whittem*
  • Liz Brogden*
  • April McCabe*
  • Diana Espiritu*
  • Felicity Watson*
  • Saralee Aufderheide*
  • ZWEI Interiors Architecture*
  • Amber Stewart*
  • Greta Stoutjesdijk*
  • Tara Cull*
  • Laura Bulmer*
  • Something Together*
  • Macarena de la Vega de León*
  • Chantal Marks*
  • Katie Skillington*
  • Kati Westlake*
  • Penelope Cowell*
  • Jon Jacka Architects*
  • Linda Pearce*
  • Jaslyn Ng*
  • Elisha Howard*
  • Linus Tan
  • Georgina Russell
  • Samantha Bertram
  • Samantha Donnelly
  • Jess Hartany
  • Frances Hall
  • Melissa Riley
  • Nicole Gardner
  • Charlotte Pelletier
  • Kathy Waghorn
  • Eliza Khamis
  • Sonia van de Haar
  • Pamela McGirr
  • Salt Studio
  • Diana Snape
  • Stephanie Licciardo
  • Eva Rodriguez Riestra
  • Llewellyn Vardon McLeod
  • Jessica Owen
  • Jocelyn Jackson
  • Tracey Hau
  • Jean Rice
  • Kim Roberts
  • Marisa Sidoti
  • Anita Krivickas
  • Alison Cox
  • Kate Woodman
  • Claire Edwards
  • Matthew Young
  • Jessica Stewart 
  • Bridget Lensen
  • Olivia McKim
  • Bridget Keane
  • Dani Martin
  • Daniel Barber
  • Leoni Graham
  • Amalie Wright
  • Lara Tanswell
  • Angela Reilly
  • Cristina Garduño Freeman
  • Christina Fogale
  • Anna Fox
  • Alexandra McRobert
  • Bec Kempster
  • Jacqui Kirk
  • Kim Nguyen
  • Noni Wallace
  • Amy Hallett
  • Rory Hyde
  • Emma Leckie
  • Insight Urbanism
  • Carey Landwehr*
  • PLOT Architecture & Urbanism
  • Adjacency Studio
  • Katie Rankine
  • Jessica Beaver
  • Solidaria
  • Kuri Studio
  • Yee Kee Ku
  • Phoebe Gordon
  • Liz Brogden
  • Laura Harding
  • Ruth Woods
  • Anna Creelman
  • Irene Kamau
  • Leesa Sandison
  • Dana Moussaoui
  • Su Chun Liew
  • Barnacle Studio
  • PHAB Architects
  • Rosemary Halsmith
  • Indyk Architects
  • Anne Clisby
  • Kevin Bradley
  • Mark Thomson
  • Stephanie Lancuba
  • Rikki Clarke
  • Helen Walter
  • Louisa Gee Architects
  • Jon Lowe
  • Suzannah Potts
  • Nicholas Loder
  • Emma Wingad
  • Sarah Luong

Parlour Starter

Getting going!

  • Catherine Piergrosse*
  • Siobhan Barbara*
  • Dejan Simovic*
  • Emma Butterworth*
  • Clare Hamilton*
  • Sidonie Wakefield*
  • Caitlin Roy*
  • Jasmin Starcevich*
  • Hannah Bolitho*
  • Fiona Tribe*
  • Apsara Collective*
  • Architecture for Kids School*
  • Mani Farhadi*
  • Nesha Naidoo*
  • Agatha Partyka*
  • Ilianna Ginnis*
  • Katie Devitt*
  • Madeline Nolan*
  • Natalie Keynton*
  • Stephanie Chiu*
  • Anna van Hees*
  • Hannah Jonasson
  • Stephanie King
  • Louise Young Architects
  • Tania Perrella
  • Eloise Voss
  • Jet Geaghan
  • Chloe Comino
  • Savita Gaonkar
  • Diana Braaksma
  • Meena Gill
  • Milly Meares
  • Castiel Shepp
  • Teresa Pereira
  • Tracey McLean
  • Stephanie Wills
  • Cathy Harvey
  • Lyndsey Fitz-Gerald
  • Zainab Abbas
  • Jennifer Pryce
  • Rachael Watson
  • Shuo Ma
  • Leanne Mitchell
  • Deirdre Dennys
  • Wendy Hay
  • Natalia Krysiak
  • Madeleine Steele
  • Freya Shaw
  • Tess Tweeddale
  • Robyn Jones
  • Elan Ko
  • Dania Mira
  • Deepti Wetjen
  • Elizabeth Smith
  • Kendall Aplin
  • Gina Kenah
  • Stephen Pearse
  • Wendy Hoddinott
  • Martin Cumming
  • Sarah Burton
  • Holly Board
  • Catherine Quinn
  • Megan Schulte
  • Vicki Jacobs
  • Celine Soniega
  • Kerlina Bahari
  • Hilary Duff
  • Olivia Wright
  • Hannah Fitzgerald
  • Jillian Raleigh
  • Melissa Cameron
  • Elean Cazacu
  • Yau Nga
  • Jessica Wong
  • Kent Lyon Architect
  • Louisa Gee Architects
  • Nicole Eadie
  • Karyn Bogus
  • Kirsten Bauer
  • Nirvana Kadric
  • Rachael O’Toole
  • Jemima Manton
  • Julia Jago
  • Elsie Telford
  • Anita Morandini
  • Angelique Perak
  • Paul Waddell
  • Brenna Dowling
  • Erica Thomson
  • Anene Cusins-Lewer
  • Bec O’Brien
  • Francesca Fava
  • Matt Devine
  • Adele Teh
  • Y2 Architecture
  • Penelope Forlano
  • Kate Rintoul
  • Menglan Li
  • Maya Feldman
  • Jessica Fealy
  • Alex Morse
  • Joan O’Brien
  • Nurul Irdzra Khairuddin
  • Mery Samosir
  • Penny Benjamin
  • Annabel Stevens
  • Lilian Arli
  • Lauren Jeans
  • Emma Tai
  • Anne-Marie Pisani
  • Christine Duran
  • Lenore Whiteside
  • Aoiffe O’Kelly
  • Anna Tarasewicz
  • Loretta Dridan
  • Erika Hernandez
  • Monique Delaney
  • Shanica Saenrak Hall
  • Kim Caldicott
  • Sam Townsend
  • Susan Freeman
  • Christina Moore
  • Bella Singal
  • Reine Williams
  • Amanda Fyfe
  • Jacopo Baldini
  • Ella Mudie
  • Annette Lin
  • Monica Percudani
  • Lily Jiang
  • Jennifer_McMaster
  • Brent Yttrup
  • Rebecca Yang
  • Holly Mills
  • Jacqueline Nguyen
  • Rechelle Brookes
  • Sally Waller
  • Tonia Pan
  • Zoe Hughes
  • Nikita Bhopti
  • Tye McBride
  • Jane Merrylees*
  • Luisa Drent
  • Nicole Dann
  • Kooi Ying Mah
  • Yasmin Crawford
  • Nina Middleton
  • Ingrid Anderson
  • Jill Gleave
  • Elizabeth Barker
  • Jodie Cunningham
  • Jenny Oxley
  • Holly E Phillips
  • Ian Aw
  • Robert Isles
  • Ande Bunbury
  • Sean Akahane-Bryen
  • Angelique Edmonds
  • Abigail Lee
  • Cecelia Wells
  • Sherren Hepburn
  • Sarah Backhouse
  • Sarah Scott
  • Darren Yoon
  • Aurelia Gachet
  • Prudence Hancock
  • Danica Stojanovic
  • Nicole Rowley
  • Charlotte Evans
  • Ann-Elise Hampton
  • Sau Chin Michelle Lam
  • Adele Isaac

We would particularly like to recognise our inaugural Parlour Collective members, who were early supporters of our new initiative. We thank them for their contributions, both financial and advisory, and their commitment to build community and improve equity in the built environment:


Saneia Norton Design Communication, Sophie Cleland, Guymer Bailey Architects, Tania Davidge, Butter Paper, BVN, Monica Edwards, Value Architects Group, Jessica Hyde, Fiona Young, Byron Kinnaird, Sue Wittenoom, unmeasured, Dave Tordoff, Alysia Bennett, Sarah Lawlor, Atelier Red + Black, People Oriented Design, Shelley Penn, MUIR, Bird de la Coeur, Clare Cousins Architects, Badru Ahmed, Ainsley Ryan, Undercover Architect, Catherine Piergrosse, John Wardle Architects, Ainsley Ryan, Esther Anatolitis, Bijl Architecture, SJB, Brad Hooper, Anna Lindstadt, Mt Eyk, KAD Studio, Dejan Simovic, Hassell, Suzette Jackson, Ilana Razbash, Vanessa Whittem, Siobhan Barbara, Suzanne Hunt Architect, Emma Butterworth, Liz Brogden, Woods Bagot, April McCabe, Deicke Richards, Clare Hamilton, Diana Espiritu, Sidonie Wakefield, Felicity Watson, Caitlin Roy, Jasmin Starcevich, Hannah Bolitho, Saralee Aufderheide, Carey Landwehr, ARM Architecture, ZWEI Interiors Architecture, Fiona Tribe, Amber Stewart, Helen Lardner, Claire McCaughan, Greta Stoutjesdijk, Apsara Collective, Architecture for Kids School, Nathalie Curtet, Mani Farhadi, Nesha Naidoo, The Mill: Architecture + Design, Tara Cull, Tammi Hill, Jane Merrylees, Laura Bulmer, Karen McWilliam, Kym Muir Architects, Something Together, Macarena de la Vega de León, Kim Bazeley, Chantal Marks, Katie Skillington, ODASA, Kelly Greenop, WOWOWA, Grimshaw, Agatha Partyka, Dunn & Hillam, Sophie Pickett-Heaps, Ilianna Ginnis, QOH Architects, Katie Devitt, Phillips / Pilkington, Kati Westlake, FMSA, Leone Lorrimer, Peter Raisbeck, Madeline Nolan, Alison Cleary, Bryant Alsop, Architectus, Green Sheep Collective, Penelope Cowell, Studio Ilk, Sounds Like Design, Natalie Keynton, Stephanie Chiu, Liza Neil, Jon Jacka Architects, Linda Pearce, Annie Tennant, Kate Doyle.

To add your name to the Parlour Collective, join now! You will be in great company.