Tag Archives: Justine Clark

2016 National Architecture Conference Day 1

It is that time of the year again, architectural Christmas, or as others may know it as the National Architecture Conference. Given it is an annual festival where the extended Australian architecture family gather to meet and exchange presents (ideas), … Continue reading

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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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Leading Towards Gender Equity Part 1: Interview with Shelley Penn

One of the most important discussions to come out of the 2014 National Architecture Conference was the issue of gender equity in the Architecture profession. Leading up to this point, ground breaking academic research has been undertaken through a project entitled Equity and … Continue reading

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2014 National Architecture Conference Day 3

    The Final Day of Making: 2014 was packed with further inspirational speakers and projects. Introduced by Timothy Horton, the first speaker of the day was Columbian architect Alejandro Echeverri who presented via video linkup. The subject of his … Continue reading

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2014 National Architecture Conference Day 2

Today was the first day of the main program for Making: 2014 which was hosted at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Having been at one of the most eye popping public venues in Australia just hours earlier, the venue … Continue reading

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