A World Built By Men and Women: Panel Discussion

  • Sun 13 Mar
  • Dome Lounge, Museum of Brisbane, Level 3, Brisbane City Hall (Adelaide and Ann Street, Brisbane)
  • 6pm for 6.30pm start
    2:00pm–3:00 pm

  • Free, bookings recommended.
  • Bookings

Fifty percent of us are women, yet historically our cities have been made by men. How will our cities change as more women develop the architecture of our city?
One week after we celebrate International Women’s Day, join Elizabeth Watson Brown, Design Director at Architectus, and special guests including Ingrid Richards and Christina Cho as they discuss the ever-growing changes in the architecture industry and the women behind them.

The panel will explore questions such as; with more women in the industry how will they change the way architecture is practiced and the end result? Will there be a different mode of working? Will the competitive model give way to a more collaborative, consensus-driven way of shaping our cities for a better future?

Will women have a voice in the future design of our city?

This event is presented in partnership with Brisbane Open House and National Trust of Australia (Queensland).

Image: A render of Coorparoo Square in Queensland by Conrad Gargett.