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Women in architecture with Marina Carroll and Elizabeth Seuseu

Architectus leaders speak with Australian Design Review for Women in Architecture

In a candid interview on life as a female in a male-dominated industry, Architectus Principal Marina Carroll and Senior Associate Elizabeth Seuseu discuss their experiences on being women in architecture with the Australian Design Review.

As university lecturers and mentors, Marina and Elizabeth provide a refreshing perspective on what change is required to manage the industry’s gender imbalance, how the next generation of female architects can succeed, and an honest recount of their experiences in being “the only female in the room”.

Watch the full interview with Marina and Elizabeth below or read the article here.