Justine Clark is an architectural editor, writer, researcher, advisor and advocate. She is a co-founder of Parlour: women, equity, architecture, leads the organisation’s event, advocacy and funding programs, and established the Parlour website, which she now edits with Susie Ashworth. Justine also consults to built environment organisations, practices and universities on policy, strategy, publications, events and public engagement. She is a member of the NSW State Design Review panel, special advisor to the Architects Male Champions of Change group, and an Honorary Principal Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne.
Justine Clark is active in public discussions of architecture; she has also organised many events, curated exhibitions and sat on national and international juries. She was co-convenor of Transformations: Action on Equity. From 2000–2011 Justine worked on Architecture Australia, the national journal of record and was editor for seven years. Her work has won awards for architecture in the media and her broader contribution to architecture was recognised in 2019 with the President’s Prize from the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects , in 2015 with the Marion Mahony Prize and in 2014 with the Munro Diversity Award.
Justine Clark is a Member of the Champions of Change Architects Group established in 2015 in partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects. The group is committed to working together to proactively address the issue of gender equality, and women’s representation in leadership in Australian architecture practices, and across the profession.