We believe great design is for everyone. The places we create, the ideas we explore and the industry we love should reflect the many diverse voices we encounter in our work every day.

We promote gender balance in our practice and across the field through initiatives such as our own Women in Design program and platforms like Parlour.

We have engaged Monash University’s XYX Lab in Australia to ensure the places we design are inclusive, safe and equitable for all genders.

And we foster next-gen designers from varied cultures and backgrounds through partnerships with groups like CareerTrackers, a non-profit that oversees the paid internships we offer to Indigenous Australian university students.

It’s to everybody’s benefit to see more diversity in the workforce.”

Sophie Bond Associate, Hassell

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Earlier this year I had the privilege of attending the first @hassell_studio Next Gen conference in Sydney, which included two days of workshops, guest talks, and collaboration with representatives from each HASSELL studio around the world. It was held ...

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Please welcome our guest hosts for the week Alix Smith, Madeline Joyce and Samyuktha Pillai of @hassell_studio

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October 15, 2019: Yolanda Wosny posted images on LinkedIn

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Our Managing Director @katie.owens.bespokecareers on Monday evening enjoyed a fantastic panel discussion on 'Women in Transport'. Hosted by @hassellstudio, topics focused on equality, safety, and leadership within the industry. Thanks for having us Hass...

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In the lead up to International Women's Day 2019, we're asking some of our talented women what #balanceforbetter means to them. Jazreel Setiadi is a Student of Architecture in our Brisbane studio. "We must continue to work toward gender balance by acknowledging gaps and creating opportunities to be heard. We must refuse to dilute the significance of this issue for all of us. Looking at the young, aspiring women around me, I have realized that it's important to have confidence in our skills and recognise the value we bring to our teams. This has been encouraged and supported on the projects I have worked on by our bold female leadership and the broader camaraderie at HASSELL. There's a distinct flavour of empowerment and support within our studio culture that I’m proud to be part of." #iwd2019 #womeninarchitecture

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Elisapeta Heta, Māori Design Leader from New Zealand’s @Jasmax, led a panel in our Melbourne studio exploring how relationships with Indigenous partners can enrich design and what the New Zealand experience can teach us about the value of partnerships with First Peoples. https://t.co/BrVooJC33X

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The Sydney Stadia Precinct – Public Domain Design Competition has revealed its shortlist, with an Indigenous Australian design team led by Yerrabingin, with support from HASSELL, being named among the four finalists selected to progress. https://t.co/rlUOoZb8IR

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