Asia-Pacific Architects Association
Article 1 The name of the Association is the Asia-Pacific Architects Association, CAAD for short.
Article 2 Asia-Pacific Architects Association is a civil organization in the Asia-Pacific.
Article 3 The Association is composed of groups of architects and individuals from various countries, as well as well-known figures in the industry, social activists and scholars.
Article 4 As a non-governmental organization, it shall actively participate in the activities organized by architects of various countries, commit itself to the establishment of uniform standards for the industry, research and development of new building materials and academic research, and promote the sustainable development of the industry.
Article 5 Asia-Pacific Architects Association (APAA) is headquartered in Sydney, Australia. This association to carry out various forms of exchanges, mutual visits and surveys, carry out various types of industry in areas such as communication, attend seminars, and held in accordance with this association objective report, project BBS and other kinds of bilateral and regional or international multilateral activities, friendly groups for foreign assistance with Asia-Pacific region economic cooperation. The association plays the role of a bridge to promote international exchanges and cooperation in the architectural design industry. Enhance the credibility of the architectural design industry in various regions and inject vitality into the design enterprises. We should fully reflect our demands, pool our strength, promote development, integrate industrial resources, and pursue win-win cooperation.
Article 6 According to the constitution, the member units of the association shall be divided into vice President level units, standing director level units, director level units, deputy director level units and regional vice President level units, standing director level units, director level units and deputy director level units. Each unit must have corresponding design qualification, and can join only after strict examination by the association. Enterprise designers have the association issued by the qualification certification (in the association’s official website can be checked).
Article 7 The head office of the Association and the organizational structure of regional associations
- The Coordination Committee shall be chaired by the President of CAAD and be responsible for overall coordination;
- Chaired by the secretary General of CAAD, Resource Planning and Finance Committee;
- The Education and Vocational Practice Committee, chaired by the vice President in charge, is responsible for the qualification and education evaluation of each member unit and its designers;
- The disciplinary committee shall be presided over by the vice President in charge to punish the member units that violate the industry standards;
- The publicity Committee, chaired by the vice President in charge, is responsible for introducing to the public the social role of the profession; To provide consultancy services to owners; Awarding architecture awards, organizing design competitions, etc.
- The organizing Committee, chaired by the vice President in charge, is responsible for recruiting members, collecting and distributing information about the construction market. The Research Director proposes research topics to the relevant foundations and provides research funding through the Modern Architecture and Town Planning Trust and the Historical Research Trust.
- The External Affairs Committee, chaired by the Vice President in charge, is responsible for the exchanges with international organizations and national institutes;
- The district management committee, chaired by the vice President in charge, is responsible for managing and supervising the management of regional associations.
Article 8 The Association is a non-profit organization with funds from membership fees, donations from all sectors of society and government subsidies.