Strategy 2020:
Managing the
COVID-19
Pandemic

2020 Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design | Bridge of Remembrance | Denton Corker Marshall | TAS | Traditional Land Owners: muwinina, part of the palawa people | Photographer: John Gollings

Strategy 2020

A clear strategy to guide our members and the profession through the COVID-19 pandemic

Our vision

A strong architectural profession that promotes community through responsible design and an ethical approach to the built environment.

Our mission

To develop and promote a strong architectural profession and be the public voice for architects and architecture.

KEY OUTCOME AREAS

These four outcome areas help us align our strategies to our ultimate goal and have evolved around our three pillars of Advocacy, Education and Practice.

  • Respected leadership
  • Advocacy with impact
  • Direct member value
  • Strong and viable Institute.

VISION AND MISSION

BUILDING A MORE VIBRANT INSTITUTE AND A STRONGER, RESPECTED ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSION WITH OUR THREE-YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN.

Through close consultation with members, we have developed a refreshed and clearer vision and mission that will guide us in achieving our goal of making the world a better place through architecture.

OUR VISION

A strong architectural profession that inspires clients and promotes community and the public interest through exceptional design and an ethical approach to the built environment.

OUR MISSION

To develop and promote a strong architectural profession and be the voice for architecture.

KEY OUTCOME AREAS

These four outcome areas help us align our strategies to our ultimate goal and have evolved around our three pillars of Advocacy, Education and Practice.

  • Respected Leadership
  • Advocacy with Impact
  • Direct Member Value
  • Strong & Viable Institute