Architects may have trained at a university. See University Records.
Architects are employed in the public service. See Public Servants.
Also see Business Records.
Also see Building Records.
The registration of architects began in Victoria in 1922. Unregistered people were prevented from practising as architects in 1939. A register of registered architects appeared in June 1923 in the Victorian Government Gazette and lists of registered architects appeared annually in February in the Victorian Government Gazette from this time; these were either a full register or a supplementary list. See Victorian Government Gazettes.
PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE VICTORIA - INDIVIDUAL ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION FILES 1923-1995
These are not online.
ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION BOARD OF VICTORIA - ARCHITECTS REGISTER
At present in order to practise architects need to be registered. The names of architects may be searched on the Architects Registration Board of Victoria website.
MILES LEWIS - AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTURAL INDEX
This was compiled by Miles Lewis in 1986. It covers the nineteenth century to the 1950s and was prepared from a card index held by the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Melbourne. It includes a searchable database of architects and lists their projects.
MILES LEWIS - MELBOURNE MANSIONS DATABASE
This was compiled by Miles Lewis. It is a database of major Melbourne houses of the nineteenth century. It is searchable by location and by the name of the architect.
BEAUMARIS MODERNBeaumaris Modern is a organisation whose mission is to celebrate, educate and promote public awareness of the importance of preserving the mid-century architecture of Beaumaris.
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE - JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL VICTORIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 1907-1940
Architects may advertise tenders for the procurement of builders' or tradesmen's services or building supplies in the course of their work. See Newspapers, Magazines and Journals.