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ALACE Country report
November 11, 2015
The Association of Lao Architects and Civil Engineers (ALACE) were found in 2005. A
regulation administered by the Ministry of Communication Transport Post and Construction
came into effect requiring that architects be licensed to practice the profession. ALACE
concentrated on building an organization that served both the profession and society.
Activities addressed the following areas:
• Professional practices
• Professional standards
• Professional ethics
• Code of conduct
• Cooperation among members in pursuing shared goals
• Promoting architectural research
• Professional advocacy
• ALACE is registered as a private association under the laws of Lao PDR. After the
establishment of ALACE, all licensing and registration of architects came under ALACE by
law. Registration Authority of ALACE are at the provincial Departments of Public Works
which is under the Ministry of Public Works.
promote the continuing enhancement of the architecture profession in ways that are
friendly to the environment and that preserve Lao traditions, while maintaining
professional independence
Promote harmony and unity among members to enhance the stature and efficacy of
ALACE with a common focus on activities that benefit the profession and society
Serve as a resource for professional and technical information and advice for the benefit
of members and society
To encourage, support, and promote education, research, and development that ensures
the field of architecture progresses with the times
Cooperate with government agencies, as well as domestic and international
organizations and institutions, to create an understanding and appreciation of the
principles, role, and scope of the architecture profession as a means for fostering
credibility and trust
Promote, develop, and perform the architecture profession in accordance with the
highest standards of service and ethics for the benefit of members and the public
Define and certify the standards and rules for the practice of architecture.
Current Membership
ALACE has 1,243 active members.
Regular Member
1,074 ( 30% architects)
Associate Member
Honorary Member
Revenues and Expenditures
• ALACE annual revenue derives from the annual ALACE Convention and Exhibition.
• Additional sources of revenue include: membership dues; professional and
academic seminars; social events and activities; recreational activities.
ALACE Chapters
There are currently 3 chapters of ALACE, semi-autonomous chapters under the ALACE
umbrella located in three regions of Lao PDR as:
• North region including of 7 provinces
• Central region including of 5 provinces ( include Headquarter in Vientiane capital)
• South region including of 4 provinces.
Each province also assigned sub-chapters to scaling up the policy of ALACE.
The National Congress of ALACE holds every term of 3 years to review the activities
implemented and select the new committee board of ALACE and the president.
Every year ALACE also hold the Annual meeting to review a physical year, programs
and future plans.
International affiliations
The ALACE has been a member of ARCASIA since 2011 and renewed its membership to UIA in
The ALACE signed Memorandum of Understanding with 8 countries:
Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) in 2006
Viet Nam Association of Architects (VAA) in 2006
Vietnam Federation of Civil Engineering Association (VFCEA) in 2007
Pertubulan Akiteck Malaysia (PAM) in 2010
Korea Institute of Registered Architects (KIRA) in 2010
Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) in 2011
Ikitan Arsiteck Indonesia (IAI) in 2011
Sri-Lanka Institute of Architects (SLIA) in 2012
Two Architecture schools:
• National University of Laos, Vientiane Capital
• Suphanuvong University, Luangprabang
Both universities: 5years Program
Non Accredited
Registered/License System
• Registered: Yes
• License:
• CPD:
Cross Border Practice
• Thai architects
• Vietnamese architects
• Chinese archtects
• Others ( French,singaporian, Malaysian,…)
Thank you