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As the AJ continues to investigate the coronavirus crisis’s effect on the profession, we have launched a second Covid-19 survey – this time looking at pay, hours and job security
While the results of the AJ’s questionnaire show a widespread shift to home-working, there are longer-term worries about a significant business slowdown. Richard Waite reports
The AJ is investigating what impact the coronavirus crisis is having on the profession. Take the survey and help us reveal the true extent of the disruption
A national audit of new-built housing is launching this summer to examine how design quality has changed in the past decade
It’s time to step up the pressure for equal paySubscription
The gender pay gap is in the national spotlight, now we need positive action to improve the figures, writes Emily Booth
14.02.19: Women in ArchitectureSubscription
The AJ’s Women in Architecture issue features interviews with Elizabeth Diller, co-founder of Diller Scofidio + Renfro and winner of this year’s Jane Drew Prize; and architectural photographer Hélène Binet, who has won the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize for women working in the wider industry. PLUS We revisit O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock LSE student centre to see how it is faring five years on; the AJ’s Working in Architecture ...
Women in Architecture: Mind the pay gapSubscription
The AJ reveals the results of its latest Working in Architecture Survey and asks: how can the profession close its persistent gender pay gap?
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
Help make architecture a more diverse professionSubscription
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