We need ambitious and talented individuals to join our London Studio.
Responsibilities include preparing and developing drawings, models and images in a variety of media together with the coordination/integration of project information. Successful candidates will have excellent design awareness and CAD skills and a willingness to learn as part of a team in the development and documentation of a design project.
Both positions require candidates will have an industry recognised diploma or degree in the field of Architecture. In order to apply for the position of Architect, candidates must be registered with the Architects Registration Board. Experience in Microstation 2D and 3D, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator is desirable.
We are looking for a technically minded, fun, hardworking Part II to join our award winning practice. We carry out high end residential projects & innovative mixed office developments.
The studio is located in Loughton but really we are a London based practice just not in London! Due to recent appointments we are looking to add to our team to work on very exciting projects both in building and design.
Stephen Hodder MBE, the President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, will be making his only visit to Cornwall this March, where he will be hosted by Bude architects, The Bazeley Partnership before attending an RIBA ...
Acknowledged as one of the leading design firms in the region, LWDesign’s 90 strong team based in Dubai deliver projects across the Middle East, Asia, Europe and North America.
LWDesign is currently seeking exceptionally talented Qualified Senior Architect and Technical Architect to join our high calibre multinational team in Dubai delivering innovate contemporary designed projects in the UAE and Internationally. We welcome applications for the following positions:
Part II Assistant Architects required by RIBA Award Winning Practice Cowper Griffith Architects LLP is a successful and highly regarded design led practice, operating from purpose built premises just South of Cambridge. Our current workload includes but is not limited to visitors' centres, public schools, Cambridge College buildings, bespoke, speculative and social housing and churches.
The Ardmore Group is a dynamic multidisciplinary Design & Build main contractor operating in the high-rise residential, luxury hotel and commercial markets. Ardmore prides itself on its can do attitude which is largely achieved through our use of direct labour together with our extensive in-house manufacturing capacity.
Lawray are currently seeking an experienced Part 1 Architectural Assistant to join our friendly team in our expanding London Office. Essential that Applicants have Revit and Vectorworks experience. Knowledge and understanding of Construction methods, Detailing & Specifications preferred. Additional experience in use of photoshop and Indesign with good written English required.
Architectural Assistant required for our growing practice in East London. Must have good design skills, excellent AutoCAD and Sketchup skills, and experience working on residential projects in London will be a huge benefit. The successful candidate will work closely with the directors on all stages of our projects, from inception to completion.
Dexigner RIBA launches travelling scholarship Architects' Journal RIBA launches travelling scholarship. 17 February, 2014 | By Laura Mark. The RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship, which funds international travel, has opened for entries.
Cameron Robertson: Artist Jonas Dahlberg has been chosen to create three memorials, one of which cuts a 3.5m slit in the landscape, to remember the victims of Anders Behring Breivik (Wounded landscape: how Norway is remembering its 2011 Utøya...
Bickerdike Allen Partners are a multi-disciplinary architectural practice. We are looking for enthusiastic and self-motivated applicants to join our architectural team. Our current work includes residential (social and private) together with education and commercial projects.
Chaplin Farrant Limited, are an established multi-discipline practice based in Norwich. The practice continues to have a diverse workload and further details can be seen on our website www.chaplinfarrant.com.
We are seeking applications from Part II – Architectural Assistants and Architectural Technicians for our busy, friendly offices in Norwich. We have a varied and interesting workload, which will provide an excellent opportunity for future prospects within our expanding organisation.
We are a small, expanding practice looking to employ two Part II Architectural Assistants. Our current projects include the conversion of an extensive listed mill to residential use and various other residential commissions.
Applicants should have a minimum of one years' office experience and be able to provide examples of work on conservation and residential projects. You would be based at our new office in Langport, Somerset. Use of your own car would be beneficial for site visits and external meetings. A sound understanding of Vectorworks is essential; Sketchup and Photoshop experience are desirable.
We are looking for a recruitment consultant to join our small specialist team based in our London office. We are looking for candidates with previous recruitment experience preferably with a background in architecture and/or construction. An architectural degree or working within an architectural office would be advantageous. Alternatively you could be an architectural Part 1 or Part 2 student looking for a change of career whilst maintaining an interest in architecture. Previous consultants from this background have thrived in this role.
A well established Architectural practice in Chiswick is seeking a talented Part II Architectural Assistant. The practice has a varied workload across several sectors and specialises in residential and infrastructure projects.
We are a medium sized RIBA Chartered Practice working predominately in the educational sector. We are located in south-west London (3 minutes from Barnes Bridge station and 20 minutes by bus from Hammersmith) looking for an Architect with at least 2 or 3 years post part 3 experience in the UK to work on a large range of educational buildings including sports facilities and theatres.