What's on

in Queensland

  • 1-12 Apr
    QLD State Jury Tour

  • 14 June
    State Awards Event
  • Queensland Chapter Staff


    Mell Greenall
    Executive Director 
    Courtney Fair
    Awards & Events

    Joyce Martin
    Professional Development

    Madelynn Jenkins
    Member Services

    Gemma Hayward

    Chapter Contact Details

    Level 1, 70 Merivale St, South Brisbane
    (PO Box 3275)

    07 3828 4100
    E: qld@architecture.com.au 

    Office Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm

    Room Hire 

    ‚ÄčThe QLD Chapter have some fantastic spaces available for hire, open to all members and non-members. (Discounted rates for members apply). We have an Executive boardroom (20pax) and a large AV equipped Auditorium (150pax) to suit all occasions.

    For more information including prices, or to arrange to come and check out your next possible event space, please contact Gemma or call (07) 3828 4101.


    This page has information on Queensland Chapter Council, committees, forums, office holders and fellows. For information on council or committee business, please contact the Queensland Chapter office.

    History of the Queensland Chapter


    The Queensland Institute of Architects was founded in 1888. The highly esteemed architect Francis DG Stanley became the foundation president and continued in that position until 1890. He served as the Institutes vice-president from 1890 to 1896. One of the Institutes early actions was to come to an agreement with the Queensland Master Builders’ Association about standard conditions of contract that were to remain in use until 1914.

    Following the establishment of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects on August 18th, 1930 the Queensland Institute ceased and the Queensland Chapter Council of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects took up the succession under the presidency of Vincent Price.

    The following document was graciously compiled and supplied by Associate Professor Peter Skinner FRAIA.

    The Australian Institute of Architects’ partners provide valued programs to the architectural profession. These programs deliver a range of benefits, including diverse continuing-education opportunities and inspiration for the next generation of architects. The Queensland Chapter, sincerely welcomes the support, knowledge and expertise that our partner community provides.