The Architectural Institute of British Columbia is an independent, professional self-regulatory body established in 1920 by provincial statute: the Architects 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
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.