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Home and Building, Volume 37 Number 6 (1975)


Constituted under the Architects Act, 1963, in order "To promote in any manner which the Institute thinks fit the general advancement of architecture, the acquirement of knowledge of the various arts and sciences connected therewith, and the interests of the profession of architecture in New Zealand" (Section 3 (3) (a) etc.)

President: Robert B. Haughton

HON. SECRETARY: Lewis E. Martin

HON. TREASURER: A.E.J. Williment.

DIRECTOR: S.W. Mitchinson


Maritime Building, 2-10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington, 1. P.O. Box 438

The government and business of the Institute are conducted by the Officers, by Council, which meets about five times a year, and by the Executive and other committees of Council. Members are organised in District Branches for whose business the branch Chairman, Secretaries and Committees are responsible. Many members of the Institute are engaged inprivate practice; many others are employed in government departments, local bodies, companies or private practices; a few are engaged in teaching or various advisory capacities. Members in private practice, who are those normally available to accept commissions from the public, are listed below under their district branches. The list is subject to change but is as nearly correct at possible at the time of going to press.