Architects and Licensed Technologists OAA are authorized to practise architecture in the province of Ontario. They design and consult on anything related to spaces in our built environment.
Good architecture is intentional. While the law requires an Architect or Licensed Technologist OAA for certain construction types, there are always advantages to working with a practice, no matter what the project. Learn more here.
The Ontario Association of Architects recommends the use of the Qualifications-Based Selection (QBS) procurement process (sometimes also known as Quality-Based Selection) as the best practice for selecting a professional consultant.
To protect public health, safety, and welfare, the Architects Act defines architecture and sets out which types of buildings in Ontario require an architect by law. Find out more.
A Lic.Tech.OAA can design larger restaurants, taller houses, low-rise apartment buildings, and certain buildings no person, other than a licensed Architect, may design.
Shift 2021 Resiliency Architecture Challenge
The theme for the second 2021 SHIFT Challenge is Resiliency/Architecture.
BLOAAG - Queen's Park Picks
In light of COVID-19 and in the interest of public safety, we've brought the 2020 Queen's Park Picks online for a fully virtual experience.
Check out our events calendar for a wide array of online and in-person events. Also submit an event using our new online form.