Who Are We?
The Architects Board of Western Australia is a statutory authority that administers the Architects Act 2004, the legislation that regulates architects in Western Australia. The Board’s key role is to protect consumers of architectural services.
Although the Board reports to State Parliament through the Minister for Commerce, it is entirely self funded by architects.
The Board is composed of 10 members – four members are appointed by the Minister as consumer representatives, two members are appointed by the Minister on the nomination of professional architectural bodies, and four members are elected by architects.