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women in the built environment

GAZELLA is an independent publication offering insights into inspiring females within the built environment.

Updated weekly, the blog exhibits interviews focusing on the work of women and topical issues in the current climate. Launched to capture the stories and spirit of the determined,

Gazella shares a passion for the celebration of women, their experiences and opinions, as well as advice and learnings that can be shared amongst our community.

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“There’s so much more regret for people who don’t even try, when what do you really have to lose? ”

Hayley Mitchell / Founder and Creative Director / Design BY QU  /  changing rooms

story / Interview / May 7, 2018

I have wanted to be an interior design since I was seven. There used to be an English show called Changing Rooms; it was some really bad TV, but I would watch it every week without fail. One week I was watching it and I turned to my mum and said ‘I want to be an Interior Designer!’

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Rosie Leake / Construction Project Coordinator and Adventurer / Playground Build continues…  / 

story / Guest Post / April 23, 2018

So, we recently bought you the first installment of the tales of young adventurer and wanderer Rosie Leake, who is taking a year out of the everyday. Read here if you want to catch up on the story so far. We now bring you the next installments! Happy reading. We bloody love you and your […]

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“ Don’t think about the end of this week, or at the end of the year. Actually have a serious think about where you want to be in five or ten years time. ”

Roz Hansen Urban Planner, Fellow, Board Member and Adjunct Professor  /  Ambitions

story / Interview / April 9, 2018

If you want something, go for it. I went for it and I have never had any regrets. Sure, I made a few mistakes along the way but generally speaking I have been a bit of a risk taker. Don’t be so risk adverse that you get twenty years down the track and wish to […]

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