Tag : Parenting in Architecture Survey
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Government launches ‘beauty’ watchdog • Maggie’s apologises for competition • Parenting survey
The latest AJ features building studies of four housing projects: Ordnance Road in Enfield by Peter Barber Architects; Hortsley retirement housing in East Sussex by RCKa; Barbauld Road in Stoke Newington by Stephen Taylor Architects; and Anderston Regeneration Phases 4 and 5 in Glasgow by Collective Architecture. PLUS The AJ’s Parenting Survey shows architecture is struggling to adapt to a flexible ...
The AJ’s first parenting survey shows that juggling work and family remains a challenge, but more parents are pushing for change. Ella Jessel reports
Our parenting survey lays bare architecture’s ‘glacial progress’ on improving working conditionsSubscription
An uncompromising culture of long hours and presenteeism still pervades the profession, writes Emily Booth
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Amin Taha demolition order • No listing for Broadgate • RIBA election fallout • Gold Medal for Grimshaw • Es Devlin designs Expo pavilion • Parenting and architecture
Not only do flexible arrangements attract experienced staff and improve the representation of women in senior roles, they can make your practice more efficient too, says Daniele Sini, senior project leader at Richard Markland Architects