The professional bodies with which Studio Pacific is a registered member are listed below. Studio Pacific's professional memberships ensure that we remain cognisant not only of industry requirements and standards, but also that we remain actively engaged with events, awards, current issues and new thinking within our field.
The New Zealand Institute of Architects is a professional body that represents more than 90 percent of all registered architects in New Zealand. It supports the needs of its members through a range of services.
The Registered Architects Board keeps an up-to-date register of all architects in New Zealand.
The Royal Institute of British Architects represents the architectural profession in the UK. They provide training, technical services, publications and events, and set standards for the education of architects, both in the UK and overseas.
The Architects Registration Board keeps an up-to-date register of all architects, promotes good standards both in the education of architects and in professional practice, and provides consumers with an accessible service in case of complaint in the UK.
The Designers Institute of New Zealand represents designers across a wide range of design disciplines and provides a forum for the voices of New Zealand designers.
Standards NZ is New Zealand's leading developer of Standards and Standards-based solutions.
The NZ Historic Places Trust protects sites and buildings in New Zealand that are of historic and cultural significance to its peoples.
PrefabNZ is a hub for pre-built construction in New Zealand. Their website offers information and inspiration on the use of prefabrication as a method of creating innovative, high quality and cost-effective building solutions to efficient timeframes. It also includes a members directory. Studio Pacific's K Bach and Mangatoetoe Bach, both of which make extensive use of prefabrication, are featured on the site.
The Timber Design Society aims to provide information to designers of timber buildings in New Zealand.
The Sustainable Business Network provides practice advice and support to assist businesses with the challenge of achieving sustainbility. They support members with networking opportunities, programme delivery, training and sustainability assessments.
The Architectural Centre is a multi-disciplinary, independent, voluntary organisation of architects, artists, designers and others with an active interest in architecture, the arts, the built environment and Wellington City. It provides a forum for presentation, discussion and debate within the Wellington community.