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.
This very successful practice is looking for either an interior designer or junior architect with 2-3 years experience in workplace design. Candidates will need to be a good all rounder with a hands on approach. Work will include space planning and the opportunity to be client facing taking on your own projects.
We are seeking ambitious and talented individuals to join our international architectural practice. Responsibilities include preparing and developing drawings, models and images, assisting in the development of design options and liaising with Clients/Consultants.
Campbell Architects Ltd are looking to recruit a RIBA Part II Architectural Assistant with a minimum 1 years UK experience who will work across a range of projects including residential, leisure and commercial sectors.
Candidates should possess an enthusiasm for design, along with strong independent thinking and an ability to work as part of a team. As well as having excellent time management skills, accomplished communication, written and verbal presentation experience is essential.
Third year Part 1 students at KSA have the opportunity to be mentored by architects, usually based in the Canterbury area, under the scheme run by the Royal Institute of British Architects' (RIBA) regional office.
The outskirts of Brussels is home to this wonderful classical styled house that boasts a modern and contemporary extension. The architects at company dmvA were commissioned to make a modern home of this classically constructed house. First they started by adding two unusually shaped additions to the building, with slanted
We are an Architect led Design and Build company looking to recruit a talented Project Architect/Technician/Technologist for an immediate start to provide in house architectural services.
We offer a unique service which spans from feasibility design, planning, building regulations through to the finished build being undertaken by our in-house construction company.
As a key part of a small team, you will need to be enthusiastic, highly motivated and experienced, as well as possessing the all round skills required to take residential and commercial projects from inception to completion.
Sjölander da Cruz are a small and dynamic practice based in new Passivhaus EnerPhit offices near Leamington Spa. We are interested in good design and environmental sustainability and have a variety of live schemes including new build school projects, community centres and health care buildings.
We are looking for experienced Part 1 and Part 2 candidates with enthusiasm, a flare for design and the desire to work with our dedicated team on all stages of project development.
West London luxury interiors studio has a vacancy for an ambitious and talented Senior Designer with a minimum of six years’ experience to work on high end Interior Design projects in the Restaurant and Hospitality sectors.
The individual will take ownership and responsibility of their own workload, using their initiative and creative skills to solve problems and meet deadlines. You must have strong leadership, organisational and administrational skills. Very strong verbal and written communication skills will be required, as the individual will be expected to discuss / present their ideas to the design team and liaise with contractors, consultants and clients.
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.
Gpad Ltd are a practice of architects and designers based in Clerkenwell and working on a variety of projects across London. The advertised position is a good opportunity to join a growing team and develop alongside it, with good long term prospects.
Ink/drawn are looking for a Part I architectural assistant with minimum 2 years practice experience to join our team in Leicester City Centre.
Ink/drawn fuses highly creative and imaginative building designers with professional consultants and contractors to deliver a product completely tailored to the clients requirements.
From inception to completion ink/drawn are committed to designing buildings, spaces and places that are as innovative as they are socially, economically and environmentally friendly, while providing all services needed to deliver the project within set time scales and budget.
Small practice of around 8 people in Chelsea is looking for a recently qualified Part II Student who is highly proficient in AutoCad and with a keen interest in traditional vernacular buildings. The position will be for a three month temporary role with the option of extending the offer to a permanent position if the right candidate is found.
On 13 February, the Royal Institute of British Architects officially opens its new Architecture Gallery in the Grade II listed Art Deco 66 Portland Place. The gallery will feature regular, free exhibitions exploring the built environment and act as a space in which to show off its unparalleled collections — over four million drawings, books, models and photographs in museum-quality conditions.
The debut exhibition covers ‘The Brits Who Built the Modern World’, a fascinating look at the rise of British architecture from 1950s Modernism to the incredible ‘High Tech’ buildings epitomised by the Pompidou Centre in Paris or the Lloyd’s Building in London (both by Richard Rogers). The exhibition ties in with the BBC TV series of the same name, which starts on BBC4 on 13 February.
The exhibition chiefly examines the contributions of Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Nicholas Grimshaw, Terry Farrell and Patty and Michael Hopkins to the rise of 21st century British architecture. It also charts the evolution of British architectural design movements, starting in the 1950s, with continental Modernism, heavily influenced by Le Corbusier and Scandinavian design. Think structures such as the Skylon at the 1951 Festival of Britain, and the innovative use of concrete in Brutalism.
Later developments saw the rejection of these continental ideas for the rise of the High-Tech or ‘industrial’ style, as seen in the skyline of the City, and in Rogers and Piano’s revolutionary ‘fun palace’ design for the Pompidou. This revolution in architecture has since been successfully exported around the world, such as the Reichstag in Berlin and the Peak Tower in Hong Kong.
There is a lot to see and take in — sketches, drawings, plans, models, film clips – but the excitement of the imagination and innovation is immediate.
Upstairs, 17 new and soon-to-be completed international projects by British architects are on display in the exhibition ‘New British Voices’, mapping the future of British architecture and examining the factors that lie behind the strength of UK design industries. Could it be the weather?
The Brits Who Built the Modern World in the Architecture Gallery and New British Voices — Today and Tomorrow in RIBA’s Gallery 1 continue at RIBA until 27 May. Admission: Free.
Apart from the soft breeze, the desert air is soundless. Cactus adorn the otherwise arid, gently undulating landscapes, where sculptural architecture rises from rock formations. It’s the barren land of the world’s deserts that equally lend creative inspiration and challenges for the structures built on them, as they must battle harsh temperatures, dust storms, monsoons and erosion. A few architects have used these challenges to their advantage, to innovate, to create radical pieces of architecture on the dry, rigid terrain.
We are a busy, friendly Central London practice involved in both UK and international work across a varied portfolio. We would like to hear from the following suitably qualified and experienced designers with:
Located on the precipice of a mountain, surrounded in lush vegetation and a magnificent backdrop this very unusual house appears to follow the gradient of the mountain, while giving the house spectacular views below. Created by Fougeron Architecture, this house corresponds to the natural contours of the land and geometry
Alan Camp Architects are looking for a Part 1 & 2 Architectural Assistants
We are an established and prestigious practice based in the heart of Bankside, London. We have a large residential portfolio with a long and successful track record of delivering mixed tenure housing of the highest quality for both the public and private sectors.
Anyone who wants to make a swimming pool out of an abandoned metro station neglected for 75 years, has definitely got my attention. The ghosts of the Parisian underground could soon be resurrected if city voters play their cards right in the upcoming mayoral elections. Promising candidate, Nathalie Koziuscot-Morizet, who would become the first female to [...]
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