Category Archives: Gender Equity in Architecture

Phuong Le Reviews: Portraits of Practice

Last Friday over one hundred people gathered excitedly for the launch of Portraits of Practice: At Work in Architecture at the Tin Sheds Gallery in Sydney. Reviewing the exhibition for The Red and Black Architect is Graduate Architect and Parlour Agitator, Phuong Le The exhibition, … Continue reading

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2015 National Architecture Conference Day 1

Architectural Christmas has rolled around for another year with the National Architecture Conference opening in Melbourne yesterday. This years conference theme is ‘Risk’ which promises to open up some fascinating discussion about all kind of risks associated with the production … Continue reading

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The business case for gender equity

This piece was originally featured in Parlour: Women, Equity, Architecture ahead of International Women’s Day 2015    For those working within the Australian architecture profession there is ongoing discontent about how poorly an architect’s input is valued and remunerated. When compared … Continue reading

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2014 Retrospective

2014 has been a watershed year for many reasons. Across the year on The Red and Black Architect, there have been 33 posts covering a broad range of issues and events and of course buildings. There have been well over … Continue reading

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Leading Towards Gender Equity Part 4: Interview with David Parken

As a bonus installment of the Leading Towards Gender Equity interview series, CEO of the Australian Institute of Architects, David Parken has shared his views on Gender Equity in Architecture. David was the National President of the AIA in 2003-2004 and was … Continue reading

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Leading Towards Gender Equity Part 3: Interview with David Karotkin

For the final part of the trilogy on leadership on gender equity in architecture we have an interview with current National President of the Australian Institute of Architects, David Karotkin. As well as this role within the AIA, David Karotkin is … Continue reading

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Leading Towards Gender Equity Part 2: Interview with Paul Berkemeier

Leading Towards Gender Equity is a 3 part series of interviews with some of the most widely regarded leaders of the architectural profession in Australia. The focus is on leadership, creating positive change within architecture and addressing the various issues surrounding gender equity. If … Continue reading

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