The Queensland Chapter identifies and responds to issues that stand to impact the profession and our members.
We deliver a variety of activities aligned with the Institute’s strategic plan, including mentorship programs for student members and a program of Chapter awards and prizes. We liaise with local and state bodies as well as authorities to promote and represent the interests of our members and the community.
The Queensland Chapter acknowledges the Yuggera and Turrbal peoples as the traditional owners of the site on which our office stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
Queensland Architecture Awards
2022 ENTRANT GALLERY
The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Queensland architects.
We’ve received 146 entries across the 10 categories, throughout all 7 regions.
2021 QUEENSLAND ARCHITECTURE AWARDS WINNERS
The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Queensland architects. The program also provides the Institute with a valuable mechanism to promote architects and architecture within Queensland, across Australia and internationally.
2022 Enduring Architecture Award – Call for nominations
Do you have a longstanding, favourite building in QLD you feel should be recognised with an award?
This award is open to buildings of at least 25 years of age, the Enduring Architecture Award recognises achievement for the design of buildings of outstanding merit, which remain important as high quality works of architecture when considered in a contemporary context. Nominations are welcome from Institute members, non-members and non-architects, but must provide adequate content for consideration by the jury.
our queensland chapter program
The Queensland Chapter offers a wide range of professional development activities for members across the state. Our initiatives include workshops with industry professionals, practice forums and webinars.
With over 2,000 members spread across Queensland, we offer and support a range of networking activities and initiatives. Our very active groups and committees work with the Chapter team to schedule enjoyable opportunities for peer-to-peer engagement.
We are disappointed that a long term vision and sense of urgency for the two biggest issues affecting the nation’s built environment – climate change and the housing-affordability crisis – is not shared by all parties.
Federal Election 2022 – Housing a ‘human right’: Australia needs a national 30-year housing strategy
We are calling for housing to be recognised as a basic human right, which would be supported by a generational plan for affordable and social housing.
QUEENSLAND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Looking for a new career opportunity in Queensland?
View architectural and built environment job openings on our community forum below.
Dr. Anna Svensdotter Queensland State Manager
QUEENSLAND Chapter staff
Member Services Officer (Awards)
Member Services Officer (Marketing and Admin)
Member Services Officer (CPD)
National staff located in Queensland
Commercial and Business Development Lead
National Membership Programs Officer (SONA & EmAGN)
Strategic Innovation and Enterprise Coordinator