Sep 6, 2023
In this episode, our host Aileen Chew is interviewing Sophie Bond from Hassell and Anna Silva from SPH Architecture. Aileen, Sophie and Anna discuss gender equity in architecture, and how these considerations impact work-life balance in the architecture work force, and how this informed the establishment of the EmAGN initiative “Archi Bubs”.
This has been Hearing Architecture proudly sponsored by Brickworks. Thank you so much for listening. Thank you to our host Aileen Chew and her guests Sophie Bond from Hassell and Anna Silva from SPH Architecture. Thank you so much for sharing your stories about gender equity and we’re looking forward to your future projects. If anyone is interested in joining Archi Bubs, please follow the EmAGN instagram accounts and you’ll see when they post upcoming sessions.
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This is a production by the Australian Institute of Architects Emerging Architects and Graduates Network, in collaboration with Open Creative Studio. The Institute production team was Madelynn Jenkins, and Claudia McCarthy, and the EmAGN production team was Aileen Chew and Daniel Moore.
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