Using the Seal

Every registered architect, interior designer, and landscape architect must procure a seal that is used to identify all construction documents prepared by the registrant or under the registrant's supervision and control for use in Texas.

The seal can be either a rubber stamp, impression seal, or electronic as long as it will produce a clearly visible and legible image of the seal when copied or reproduced. The design of the seal must be the same as the design of the sample seal provided below except that the name of the registrant and the registrant’s registration number must be substituted for the name and registration number shown. The diameter of the seal must be no smaller than one and one-half (1.5) inches.

The new design of the seal for landscape architects and interior designers was effective July 5, 2004. Registrants must have the new seal no later than January 1, 2006. You can order a seal from a service provider or download an electronic seal and edit it yourself by selecting any of the following:

To download a copy of the seal, select from the list below the image that works best for you. Right click on the seal name, select "Save Target As" or "Save Picture As" and then select a location on your computer where the seal will reside. If you have trouble downloading these files, please email us at

Architect Seal
Example of an architect seal
Registered Interior Designer Seal
Example of a regisitered interior designer seal
Landscape Architect Seal
Example of a landscape architect seal

The mission of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE) is to serve the State of Texas by protecting and preserving the health, safety, and welfare of the Texans who live, work, and play in the built environment through the regulation of the practice of architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design.

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