Country profiles (member sections) :
Andorra Angola Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Benin Bolivia Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Côte D'Ivoire Chile China Chinese Taipei Colombia Congo Costa Rica Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Gabon Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Madagascar Malaysia Mali Malta Mauritius Mexico Mongolia Morocco Namibia Nepal Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Pakistan Palestina Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Republic Of Korea Romania Russia Rwanda Saudi Arabia Senegal Singapore siteparc Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syria Tanzania Thailand The Democratic Republic Of The Congo Trinidad And Tobago Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Viet Nam Zambia
Contact Information Economic indicator Statistics Education Duration of studies Internship Examination Title granted Continuing Professional Development Professional Title Registration Mechanism for validating the licence to practice Code of Ethics Intellectual Property / Copyright Architect's functions Architect's Professional Liability Insurance Other Professionals involved in the design/construction process Obtaining commissions Competitions Quality-based selections Contracts Architects' compensation
Practice by foreign architects Requirements and documentation Mutual recognition
Geographic area :
Region I, Western Europe Region II, Eastern Europe & Middle East Region III, America Region IV, Asia & Oceania Region V, Africa
Africa Asia Atlantic Central America Eastern Europe Maghreb Middle East North America Oceania South America South Atlantic Western Europe
APAW stands for Architectural Practice Around the World. This resource allows our Member Sections to share information and statistics about architectural practice norms in their respective countries.
APAW includes information organised into six categories:
- General Information;
- Licensure Requirements;
- Regulatory Information;
- Practice Requirements;
- Procurement Information;
- International Practice Issues.
By facilitating access to practice-related information, APAW aims to improve the international mobility of architects and foster collaboration across borders.