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Licensed Interior Design, Registration & Licensing, Membership
Visiting project licenses are issued to interior designers from an outside jurisdiction working in direct collaboration with an Alberta Registered Architect or LID on a single-project basis.


The AAA received a request from the Government of Alberta in 2012 to update the Architects Act and General Regulation. The Legislation Committee and AAA administration are preparing necessary documentation required to have proposed changes to the Act ready to go before the Leg...

Licensed Interior Design, Student, General Information
The initial step to becoming a Licensed Interior Design is to graduate from an accredited school of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation.

Student, General Information, Membership, Resources
Students may become members of the AAA if they are engaged in a course of study in the practice of architecture or interior design.

Licensed Interior Design, Registration & Licensing, Membership
The Licensed Interior Designer (LID) title is a designation unique to Alberta.

The AAA moved into Duggan House in 1978 and it was recognized by the Province of Alberta as a Provincial Historic Resource on August 31, 1982.

Practice, Resources
Practice Advisories are issued by the AAA as a means of communicating vital information to our membership that can help to alleviate potential risks to the public interest and our professions.

Practice, Resources
Practice Bulletins are issued by the AAA as general interpretations of the requirements in the Architects Act, General Regulation, and By-laws.