Our Chapter conducts several activities across the state to advance the interests of our members and the profession while also engaging the broader community of Tasmania.
Our committees organise different events such as the Tasmanian Architecture Awards and networking opportunities for graduates, promote significant 20th century buildings, and develop policies to promote sustainability in the industry.
The Tasmanian Chapter recognises the Muwinina people as traditional land owners of the site on which our office stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
The Australian Institute of Architects, with the support of our partners, invite you to vote for your favourite project entered in this year’s Tasmanian Architecture Awards
During the current public health crisis, businesses both large and small will likely experience disruptions and challenges. We want to help our members through these tough times, and ensure that architects get the right support.
In Tasmania, the Building Act 2000 requires accredited building practitioners to undertake CPD.
The Tasmanian Chapter offers a range of CPD events and activities including talks from distinguished architects and practices as well as livestream seminars covering various aspects of practice.
Tilewa Adeoye recently had a chat with Jaydn Bowe (Village Architect) to discuss his experience starting an architecture practice alone. Looking to branch out someday and in need of a first-hand account of what that’s like? Read on for excellent advice on how to go about it, and answers to questions you may already have.
Looking for a new career opportunity in Tasmania? View architectural and built environment job openings below.
An exciting opportunity exists for a Receptionist/Office General Assistant, with ‘Ad on Group’. Part-time (school-friendly) hours.
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CPD, Events and Finance Coordinator
Professional Services Officer