The Australian Institute of Architects will bring together a First Nations Advisory Taskforce to scope, develop and recommend to National Council a range of actions
Western Australian CHAPTER
The WA Chapter represents the interest of the Institute and all of its members in Western Australia. Working in accordance with the Institute’s strategic plan, our committees implement programs to support our members and respond to current issues and opportunities for the profession.
We also focus on advocacy, raising the bar of excellence in architecture and the built environment more broadly in WA while actively engaging with the broader community, industry partners, universities, and state and local government.
The WA Chapter recognises the Noongar people as the traditional land owners of Nedlands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
WA CPD Program
The Chapter hosts continuing professional development (CPD) events that address many aspects of architectural practice.
We also conduct activities including site tours for emerging architects as well as forums addressing consumer and industry trends.
Along with formal submissions and feedback opportunities, we have focused on relationship building to maximise the impact of our advocacy endeavours, and we are working constructively with all levels of government, authorities and other industry groups. We have engaged at the national, state and territory level on a wide range of issues
Almost one in four projects shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects’ coveted National Architecture Awards are located outside the country’s major cities. A total
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