The Architectural Practice Board of South Australia is a statutory authority, established by the Architectural Practice Act 2009. It is responsible for maintaining high standards of practice in architecture. It does this by registering architects, approving architectural education courses, enquiring into complaints against architects (conduct or competency), investigating the misuse of the title Architect, and promoting a better understanding of architecture in the community.
It performs these roles in the interests of the public, and consumer protection. Contact the Board, or use this website, to:
- check a person's registration, or the registration of an architectural business
- enquire about making a complaint against an architect or architectural business
- notify the Board about the possible misuse of the title 'Architect'
- find out more about architects and architecture.