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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“ 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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Good Food + Good Flow / MARCH 2018  /  Y O G A Z E L L A

story / Event / March 26, 2018

Look, we aren’t saying we’re not partial to a long lunch, or a sneaky wine after work. I mean sometimes that’s just what one needs! We conceived Yogazella with the mind and body at the forefront of our thoughts. A chance to network, with good vibes only. A chance to take some time out of […]

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“It’s not about bashing your hand on the table. Sometimes it’s just as important to be quiet, reliable and good at your job.”

Richard Knight Project Manager / Sinclair Brook  /  Start From scratch

story / Interview / March 19, 2018

My brother worked in a job for ten years that he hated and I was at Uni at the time, so I was like, ‘Right, I’m going to chose a job that I love.’ So every morning, and every day is not a chore. Some people go into professions, they think they like and just moan about how terrible it is. Well, change? If you want to move, it’s never too late…

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