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Parlour Reading Room 4: Intersectional urban environments

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25 April, 2022

The fourth Parlour Reading Room collection considers the built environment through an intersectional feminist lens, questioning equity and the city, and exploring the connections between public space and power. The collection touches on trans feminism, queer design strategies and the argument for community-led projects and design justice.

In February 2022, we hosted a conversation between Simona Castricum and Hoa Yang to reflect on the collection and discuss how built environment professionals can contribute to creating more inclusive, accessible and intersectional public environments. You can listen to this conversation here, alongside the collection’s facilitation prompts.

Parlour Reading Room 4: Intersectional urban environments

The fourth Parlour Reading Room collection considers the built environment through an intersectional feminist lens, questioning equity and the city, and exploring the connections between public space and power. The colle...