Browse our broad and deep editorial archive – over a decade of opinion & reflection, interpretation & provocation. There is a lot of content, so keep scrolling to see all the areas to explore, and click through to see the full suite of material in each section.
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The art of good business
On ditching the unsustainable ‘suffering artist’ mentality and developing a strategic, business-minded approach.
Tomorrow’s story is written today
Cracking the code
Beyond gender & ethnicity
Dear Good Weekend – the Parlour community responds
The great white male myth
How can the built environment professions contribute to creating a more equitable, inclusive and just community? What is potential for the social impact, and how can this be realised?
The contemporary project of increasing equity and visibility includes remembering and learning from those who have gone before us. A very incomplete archive of past women and equity initiatives in architecture.
“It is hands-down the best history of women architects I’ve ever read.”
No documents – no history
Prioritising the archiving of professional work by women is essential if we’re to change the narrative and include multiple stories in our histories.
Vale Wendy Lovelace
Marion Lucy Mahony’s List
Explore the Parlour reading lists – hand-picked personal recommendations from experts in their field.
Welcome to our take on the book club – six themes with carefully curated reading lists and facilitation questions.
Practical approaches to improving equity in architecture and built environment practices.
Our letter writers reflect on their professional lives. They offer advice and anecdotes on navigating study and work, and balancing it with other pursuits and commitments.
Long form conversations canvassing life and work in architecture and the built environment with established figures.
Our series from the midst of the pandemic – reflecting on new work paradigms and the challenges and joy of remote work and moments of invention and generosity.
The women at the forefront of our organisations and institutions share their thoughts on leadership and the experiences that have shaped them.
Those with experience of living and working through economic downturns to share their wisdom and advice with younger practitioners.
Documenting some of the many groups and projects that aim to increase diversity and equity in the architecture…