Impressed by the title "ARCHITECT"?
So you should be.... but only when it's true!

Architecture: a profession to be proud of!

To be eligible for registration as an architect under the Architects Act 2002 (Qld) a person must;

  • Have a recognised qualification, e.g. Masters of Architecture degree;
  • Have a minimum number of years practical experience;
  • Pass the 3-part Architectural Examination (log book, written and oral).

Architects are ​justly proud of their profession, and ONLY registered architects may legally use the title "architect".

Once registered, architects must comply with the Architects Act 2002 Architects Regulation 2003 and a regulated Code of Practice .

​To confirm that the person holding themselves out as providing architectural services to your project is registered with the Board as a registered practising architect or to find a registered practising architect please use the search register .  A person who is registered as a non-practising architect may use the title of "architect" but is not allowed to offer architectural services or derive an income from architecture.

For a printable brochure on architects please click here.