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Use the ARB logo on your practice materials

Only those registered with us are entitled to use the ARB logo. By displaying it prominently you set yourself apart from unregulated competitors. It tells people at a glance that you are a genuine professional who is fully qualified and insured and who operates to the high professional standards set out in the Architects Code.

Using the options below you can download a personalised ARB logo, with your registration number included, or a plain version.

You can combine the logo with a link to your Register entry for use in email footers, on your website or social media profile images. The logo can also be used offline on printed marketing materials, annual reports or business stationery.

When using the ARB logo, we ask you not to alter it (except to change its size proportionately) or obscure it in any way, for example by overlaying additional wording or designs.

 

Personalised ARB logo

A personalised ARB logo features your registration number and is therefore unique to you. Generating your logo is easy – just follow the steps below: 

Step 1 – Enter your Registration number in to the box below
Step 2 – Select the logo option you require (landscape or stacked; colour or monochrome) by clicking on your chosen version
Step 3 – Click the ‘Create logo’ button and your logo will automatically download

 

Please enter your registration number
Please select your preferred logo
Click the button below to create and download your logo

Plain ARB logo

You can download our standard logos below, in a choice of formats and file types to suit your needs.

Option 1

JPEG | EPS | PDF

Option 2

JPEG | EPS | PDF

Option 3

JPEG | EPS | PDF

Option 4

JPEG | EPS | PDF


 

WARNING: Section 21 of the Architects Act 1997 makes it a criminal offence for anyone to carry out business or practice using the title architect when not on the Architects Register. Any practice using the title architect must have a registered architect in control and management of the architectural work.

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