The Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) is an independent body with the mandate to regulate the profession of architecture in the interest of the public through a responsive framework. Established in 1920 by provincial statute, the organization now governs the profession under the authority of the Professional Governance Act.
In the interest of the public, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia regulates the profession of architecture through a responsive regulatory framework.
Inspiring architectural leadership and excellence through progressive regulation.
- Inclusive: Providing equal opportunity and supportive of diversity
- Proactive: Providing collaborative and innovative leadership
- Open: Supporting responsibility, accountability, and transparency
- Ethical: Behaving with integrity and professionalism
- Service-Oriented: Providing responsive, resourceful, and effective service
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
What we do
The AIBC provides a range of regulatory and outreach programs and services to serve the public, as well as programs and support for architects and other AIBC registrants.