The Institute’s NT Chapter promotes quality, responsible and sustainable design in the Northern Territory. We aim to encourage and uphold professional excellence through our series of student and professional member events and programs for the benefit of the Territory’s built environment and communities.
The Chapter also holds the annual Northern Territory Architecture Awards to promote local architects and architecture itself within the Territory, across Australia and internationally.
The NT Chapter recognises the Larrakia people as the traditional land owners of Darwin. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
The NT Chapter holds CPD activities allowing members to improve their professional knowledge and competence. Our programs tackle different aspects of the industry, providing learning that our emerging and established architects can put into practice.
The NT Chapter runs mentoring programs matching student (SONA), graduate and emerging architect (EmAGN) members with experienced architects and built environment professionals.
For more information on the NT Chapter’s 2019 program, including how to get involved, contact the chapter.
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Events, Administration and Communications Coordinator
Australian Institute of Architects
Level 16, Regus Centre
Charles Darwin Centre
19 Smith Street Mall
Darwin, NT 0800
GPO Box 1017
Darwin, NT 0801
P: +61 8 7969 6001