New South Wales
- use of the title ‘architect’ or ‘registered architect’
- use of the description architectural services, architectural design or architectural designer by an individual
- use of any derivatives of the word ‘architect’ or ‘architectural’ by an individual or firm, and
- use of the term ‘architectural design’ as a description of services provided by a firm that does not have a nominated architect
- architectural experience
- architectural planning and design
- interior architecture
- Any other word or combination of letters that sounds or looks like the word “architect”.
- Any derivative of that term such as “architecture” or “architectural” if used in a way that indicates or may indicate to the public that a person in respect of whom it is used is registered or entitled or qualified to be registered as an architect if that person is not so registered or qualified
- “Graduate Architect” or “Architectural Graduate”
As indicated above, this article should not be considered legal advice. If you’re unsure about how the relevant Act can be applied or legislated in your jurisdiction, we recommend you contact your State or Territory Board of Architects or a legal practitioner.