We’ve repeated our calls for greater independent oversight of development and building processes to embed quality in construction and to properly protect people’s homes, financial security and, ultimately, their personal safety.
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.
Qld CPD Program
The Queensland Chapter offers a wide range of CPD events for its members across the state. Our activities include workshops from renowned artists and industry professionals; practice forums; debate series tackling current issues in architecture; and webinars.
The Queensland Chapter runs a student mentoring program to support members who are at the start of their architectural careers.
Our member-exclusive mentoring program is open to registered architects or graduates with a minimum four years post-graduate experience and students enrolled in third year (or equivalent) in a recognised architectural course (or related discipline) at one of the following Queensland universities: UQ, BOND, QUT, Griffith, Torrens.
A group of leading Australian architects have recently joined their international peers to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency. The 11-point declaration acknowledges the twin
Queensland JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Looking for a new career opportunity in Queensland? View architectural and built environment job openings below.
The Design and Planning team have an opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic architectural graduate to join the dynamic studio in Brisbane.
Reporting to the Practice Director, this role will see you liaising with a range of internal and external stakeholders, giving you the opportunity to manage small projects under the guidance of our well-established Project Architects and Directors.
Published 12 July 2019
The Queensland Chapter have spaces available for hire, open to all members and non-members (discounted rates for members apply). We have an executive boardroom (20 pax) and a large AV equipped auditorium (150 pax) to suit all occasions.
For more information including prices or to arrange a viewing, please contact us.
Alice-Anne McRobbie - Queensland State Manager
National staff located in Queensland
National Partnerships Manager
National Partnerships Officer
Australian Institute of Architects
PO Box 3275
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
70 Merivale Street
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
P: +61 7 3828 4100
Office hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm