About

Architects Outback is a pilot program made possible by the NSW Country Division of the Australian Institute of Architects Small Projects Grants 2015 and the support of the NSW Architects Registration Board. The program aims to provide Architectural representation throughout Country and Outback NSW, for towns and communities that don’t currently benefit from the services of permanent Architects.

 

Bourke - Monday 7th March 2016
Walgett - Tuesday 8th March 2016
Coonamble - Wednesday 9th March 2016
Coonabarabran – Thursday 10th March 2016

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What Does the Program Offer?

The Architects Outback program aims to provide a free design advisory and consultation service whereby anyone can organise a time to meet and discuss any aspects of a past, present or future project. The program aims to make seeking the advice of an architect easier and more cost effective by bringing the services directly to each town.  We will have the resources on hand to let you know what to expect when working with your architect.

Residents, groups or organisations in each town and their greater regions are encouraged to get in touch with Architects Outback if they are interested in setting up a time to meet with an architect to discuss, or seek advice in relation anything architecture. Areas where an architect may be of assistance include:

  • Residential, Commercial, Agricultural, Retail, Public, Tourism or industrial buildings.
  • New buildings, Extensions, Internal Fit outs and Feasibility Studies.
  • Sustainability and energy efficiency queries.
  • Council / Planning, Building code and authority queries.

There will be two registered architects available in each town on the nominated dates so please get in touch if you would like to set up a time to meet. The program and design advisory service is free for anyone to attend.