Tag Archives: architecture

“Make it big so the boys can see it”

Recently Sonia Sarangi, co director of Atelier Red + Black, reviewed an exhibition organised by the Design Institute of Australia entitled Women in Design. This review was first published on Parlour: Women, Equity, Architecture and has been republished here with their permission. … Continue reading

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2012 Retrospective

For the last post of the year, I thought I would take a look back at some of the highlights from 2012.  A lot has happened in the Melbourne Architecture scene since I began this blog on the 10th of … Continue reading

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Feminism and architecture in 2012

Architecture is for everyone! That is my position on architecture the art form and it is also my position on architecture the industry. Yet traditionally some have seen it as the domain exclusively of men. Fortunately the dinosaurs with this … Continue reading

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Architect Registration Board to be abolished!

There has been a substantial shake up announced with how building professionals will be regulated in Victoria with the state government announcing the formation of the Victorian Building Authority. This new authority will replace the Architects Registration Board Victoria (ARBV), … Continue reading

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