Tag : Race diversity
A ‘life-changing’ meeting between four women has grown into a community of more than 200. Ella Jessel meets the founders of Black Females in Architecture
‘Architectural criticism is a monoculture’: new mag Afterparti gives platform to underrepresented voices Subscription
A new publication has launched offering a fresh look at architecture from a diverse range of up-and-coming voices. So what are its aims and why is it needed?
How do we make architecture more diverse?Subscription
We should begin by encouraging school children to feel they can participate in architecture and design, writes Catherine Slessor
10.05.18: Regions + Race diversity surveySubscription
The latest AJ gets out of London with building studies of Richard Murphy Architects’ Perth Theatre makeover in Scotland; Canoe Lake Leisure tennis pavilion in Southsea, Hampshire, by PAD studio; and Eric Parry Architects’ Cedars Hall music facility at Wells Cathedral Music School, Somerset. PLUS The results of the AJ’s Race Diversity in Architecture survey, run in collaboration with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust; ...
Twenty-five years on from Stephen Lawrence’s death, the AJ, in partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, investigates attitudes to race within the profession. Richard Waite reports, with additional data analysis by Bruce Tether
The AJ’s diversity survey shows that while many BAME architects experience racism in their work, most white respondents are unaware of it, writes Emily Booth
Foster + Partners and Stirling Prize-winners Haworth Tompkins are among a number of top practices ’wholeheartedly’ backing the campaign to tackle race diversity in architecture
While the gender gap has been eliminated in schools of architecture, the gap in respect of race and class is scarcely discussed, says Paul Finch
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Our race diversity survey, in partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, will gather crucial evidence to increase accessibility to the profession, writes Emily Booth