PARLOUR: a space to speak – bringing together research, informed opinion and resources; generating debate and discussion; expanding the spaces for women in Australian architecture.
Parlour Live!

Parlour Live! is our ever-increasing set of recordings from Parlour events and discussions. These can also be found on Parlour’s youtube channel of the same name. Check out our IGTV channel too.

5. “Still possible worlds”

5. “Still possible worlds”

Watch Nat Osborne and Sumita Singha discuss climate change through an intersectional lens and imagine the "still possible worlds" that might be created.
Architecture of Celebration

Architecture of Celebration

Watch Architecture for Celebration with Catherin Bull and Michele Lobo.
Listening, learning & leadership

Listening, learning & leadership

Watch the video of the first session in the Stepping Up with Monica Edwards, Neil Stonell and Joe Agius. CPD available.
Meanjin to Whangārei – video online

Meanjin to Whangārei – video online

Watch Birdy Bird and Jade Kake in a trans-oceanic conversation, as part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival.
4. Intersectional urban environments – video online

4. Intersectional urban environments – video online

Watch Hoa Yang and Simona Castricum in the fourth Reading Room Conversation on Intersectional Urban Environments.
White is not Neutral

White is not Neutral

Watch Danièle Hromek yarn with Francoise Lane and Elle Davidson about designing for cultural representation and safety. Purchase access to the full recording via Vimeo on demand.
3: Considering collective access

3: Considering collective access

Watch Maryam Gusheh and Sara Chesterman discuss collective access from month 3 of the Parlour Reading Room> and catch up on the readings too.
Lightening the Load

Lightening the Load

Lightening the load: Design and cultural safety – Sarah Lynn Rees, Danièle Hromek and Kaylie Salvatori yarn about how designers can lighten the load.
What next? part 2

What next? part 2

Watch the second session in our two-part finale as we reflect on the last two years, and where we want to go – with Lee Hillam, Sonia Sarangi and Kieran Wong.
What next? – part 1

What next? – part 1

Saneia Norton, Kim Bazeley and Eloise Atkinson discuss the impacts of the last two years and speculate on what the future holds with Justine Clark and Naomi Stead.
Walking the Talk – video now online

Walking the Talk – video now online

Watch Walking the Talk: Beyond Acknowledgement – Sarah Lynn Rees, Bernadette Hardy and Marni Reti yarn about social procurement and Indigenising supply chains.
Parlour Spring Salon – video now online

Parlour Spring Salon – video now online

Watch the 2021 Online Spring Salon – a lively conversation with Katerina Dracopoulos and Simone Bliss to mark the arrival of spring.
2. The profession through a feminist lens

2. The profession through a feminist lens

The second Reading Room considers built environment professions through a feminist lens. Watch Kerstin Thompson and Marie-Louise Richards discuss the issues.
Parental Leave

Parental Leave

Watch Light at the End of the Tunnel 36, as we discuss strategies and tactics for navigating parental leave with Hari Pliambas and Chi Melhem.
Design for All

Design for All

Watch Design for All, a discussion of practical and encouraging approaches to inclusive accessible built environments with Mary Ann Jackson, Jenna Cohen and Tania Davidge.
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