If you align with our vision for architecture and are interested in contributing to or taking an active role within our group, we warmly welcome you to become a member. We open our doors to all individuals who share our interests, with no requirement for professional architecture qualifications or membership in a Professional Association.
How to become a member?
1. Begin by downloading both the registration and SEPA forms, then proceed to fill them in with your respective personal information.
2. Submit these two documents to us by sending them in an email to agrupacions@coac.net.
3. Within a maximum period of 7 business days, you will receive an email confirming your registration. We appreciate your patience while we process your request.
4. Following your registration, you can expect a further email from AUS. This communication will provide you with information on our established working groups and guidance on how you might seamlessly integrate yourself into them.
Thank you very much for your interest in AUS.
  • The Association will be composed of full members, collaborating members, and participating members.

    Full members of the AuS will include all those architects who wish to be part of it and meet the following requirements: a. Being registered architects in the COAC. b. Not having been sanctioned for ethical misconduct or receiving administrative or criminal penalties that result in disqualification from the profession, except in cases of rehabilitation or cancellation of the sanction. c. Being up to date with their financial obligations to the COAC.

    Collaborating members of the AuS will include non-registered architects, other professionals, and students who carry out their professional or educational tasks in the field of architecture or sustainability, who wish to be part of it and are recommended to the Board by two full members of the AuS.

    Participating members will include individuals or legal entities who, based on their contributions to the AuS, deserve this status. These members will be appointed by the General Assembly, upon reasoned proposal by the Board, and will have the right to attend and speak at assemblies and exercise all functions granted to them by the Board and the Assembly, except those of representing the Association.