AT Awards 2018
The AT Awards are the premier accolades that demonstrate and recognise outstanding achievement — celebrating Architectural Technology at its best.
Designed to recognise excellence in Architectural Technology globally, the suite of AT Awards are open to all professionals, whether they are based nationally or internationally.Find out more about AT Awards
Denmark 2018: celebrating CIAT’s year. The weekend includes the Institute's AGM, President's Ball and fringe events — a highlight of the CIAT calendar. To find out more and how to book then click here
What is Architectural Technology?
Architectural Technology is the technology of architecture; a creative, innovative design discipline rooted in science and engineering.
It forms the link between design and realisation. At its core, is the anatomy and physiology of a building or structure, its relation to context, how it is assembled and how it performs through form, function and fabric.
Architectural Technology achieves efficient and effective construction and robust sustainable design solutions that perform and endure over time.
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists is the lead qualifying body for Architectural Technology. It represents those working and studying within the discipline. CIAT qualifies Chartered Architectural Technologists, MCIAT and professionally qualified Architectural Technicians, TCIAT.What is a Chartered Architectural Technologist?
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Whether you need a design or plans for your project, or a qualified professional to guide you, a Chartered Architectural Technologist, MCIAT, can manage all stages from the earliest designs through to final certification, regardless of its size or value.
A Chartered Architectural Technologist specialises in the technology of architecture focusing on the design of buildings for use and performance. As problem solvers, they will make the design work for you, ensuring that you achieve the maximum use of space.Find a practice
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26 July 2018
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26 July 2018
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