- What Does an Architect Do?
- Find an Architect
- Check the Register
- Top Tips from Architects
- Useful Questions Before you Start
- Working with an Older Building
- Working with your Town and Neighbourhood
- Ask a Question
- Work with an Architect: Commercial
- Work with an Architect: Your Home
- Why your Architect must be Registered
- Raising a Concern
- Professional Conduct Committee
- Misuse of Title
Non-Practising Member & Non-Practising Fellow
The RIAI is a membership organisation, which works to foster and promote union, professional integrity, and honourable practice and relations in the architectural profession.
The Non-Practising Members and Non-Practising Fellows are members who are no longer practising architecture but retain their affiliation with the Institute. Non-Practising Members and Non-Practising Fellows are not listed on the Register for Architects.
The Non-Practising Members and Non-Practising Fellows classes are represented on the Council of the RIAI through an elected representative.
If a Non-Practising Member or Non-Practising Fellow wishes to return to practice or provide architectural services the can apply for readmission to the Register of Architects via Route R1. Information on returning to the register is published in Routes to Registration.