Project Architects

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Project Architects

Becker + Becker

Designer/Project Manager
Full Time

New Haven and Fairfield, CT

Ideal Candidate:
Excellent designer with strong computer and communication skills

Responsibilities Include:
Work independently and with small in-house team and consultants to design and develop transformative sustainable development projects

Qualifications Include:
Experience with design, production and project management preferred

Application Submittals:
Please submit resume and portfolio samples

Bruce Redman Becker, FAIA


Project Manager
Full Time

New York City, New York

DVDL DD is a New York City and Rotterdam-based agency of cultural forecasters, institutional strategists, and design matchmakers facilitating the creation of outstanding institutions, programs, and architecture for the 21st century.

The world is rapidly changing around us, and what once worked in the 20th century may no longer work today or tomorrow. At DVDL DD, we believe the future will require inclusive, hybrid, interdisciplinary, flexible, and contextual programs for institutions and buildings that can connect to and grow with diverse audiences, opportunities, and challenges.

Our clients range from museums, universities, art fairs, and libraries, to real estate developers, architects, and art collectors. We help them project where the future may be headed, create surprising program ideas, develop solid mission and vision strategies, and facilitate collaborative processes to create the best architecture for these new programs.

Through our bespoke processes for institutions, corporations, and individuals, we help our clients and collaborators operate at the exciting intersection of forecasting, idea and strategy development, and architecture to make the most compelling (design) decisions.

Ideal Candidate:
DVDL DD is an agency of cultural forecasters, institutional strategists, and design matchmakers facilitating the creation of outstanding institutions, programs, and architecture for the 21st century. We are a growing team of NYC-based and remote staff and freelance talent. We are currently looking for a great colleague who can help manage a series of forecasting, and program development projects for museums in the US, and Europe. The Project Manager will provide full-time project oversight (32 to 40-hours a week) for a six-month period with the potential for continued work beyond that.

The project management responsibilities include the coordination and completion of projects on time within budget and within scope. The Project manager oversees all aspects of projects, sets deadlines, assigns responsibilities and monitors and summarizes progress of projects. The Project Manager will prepare reports for Principal and clients regarding status of projects. The successful candidate will work to ensure deliverables fall within the applicable scope and budget. The Project Manager performs a variety of tasks, leads and directs the work of others, and reports to the Principal. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.

Responsibilities Include:
• Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors/consultants/freelancers for the flawless execution of projects
• Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget with a high level of original creative and intellectual content
• Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives
• Develop detailed plans to monitor and track progress
• Manage changes to the project scope, project schedule and project costs
• Measure project performance
• Report and escalate to management as needed
• Perform risk management to minimize project risks
• Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors/consultants/freelancers
• Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation
• Delegate project tasks based on junior team members’ individual strengths, skill sets and experience levels
• Track project performance, specifically to analyze the successful completion of short and long-term goals
• Meet budgetary objectives and advise on adjustments to project constraints based on financial analysis
• Develop comprehensive project plans to be shared with clients as well as team members and management
• Potentially interact with clients
• Use and continually develop leadership skills
• Perform other related duties as assigned
• Develop spreadsheets, diagrams and process maps to document needs
• Rely on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

Qualifications Include:
• Proven working experience in project management
• Excellent external and internal written and verbal communication skills
• Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, and ideally experience with the Adobe Creative Suite.
• Bachelor’s, or master’s degree in appropriate field of study or equivalent work experience
• 2-4 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
• Familiar with a variety of concepts, practices and procedures in the museum, cultural and design worlds.

Application Submittals:
Cover letter and resume
Please include salary requirements in application letter. We will reach out asap to candidates we are interested in speaking to. We will likely not be able to respond to each applicant. Please send applications to


Apply By:
Sept 6 2019

Gluckman Tang Architects

Senior Project Architect/Technical Designer
Gluckman Tang Architects is looking for a Senior Project Architect/ Technical Designer with 10-15 years experience.

New York City

Ideal Candidate:
Candidate must demonstrate a proven ability to prepare contract documents in REVIT, coordinate consultants’ work and lead a team through CA for a 70,000 SF project.

Qualifications Include:
• Professional architectural degree from an accredited institution.
• Proficiency developing drawing sets from concept design through construction documents.
• Experience in construction contract administration.
• High Proficiency with Auto CAD; working knowledge of Revit is desirable.
• Authorized to work in the US; Gluckman Tang will not sponsor applicants for work visas.
• Immediate availability.

Responsibilities Include:
Over all aspects of team management from design through post-construction.

Application Submittals:
If you meet all of the above qualifications, please submit in PDF format your resume, a selection of work samples, and a cover letter stating availability and salary expectations to Please reference “Architect, 15-20 yrs” in the subject line of email. Please limit attachments to a total of 5 MB. No phone calls please. Respondents who do not meet the required qualifications listed above will not be considered. Due to the number of responses, we can only reply to those candidates under consideration.


GRT Architects

Project Manager
Full Time

Brooklyn, New York

GRT Architects is an award-winning, design-oriented firm whose work is primarily residential, historic renovation, and hospitality with a side of product design, teaching and self-initiated projects. In our small firm all team members are exposed to all phases of projects with equal emphasis on design, construction and administration. We are seeking to fill the role of Project Manager which is a position that requires experience with all phases of small to medium sized design-oriented projects.

Ideal Candidate:
You will work alongside the Partners to take a lead role managing projects from concepts to construction administration. The ideal candidate is seeking equal exposure to design, management of consultants and junior designers, drafting and detailing, project admin and construction administration.

Responsibilities Include:
• Managing one or more designers at our firm
• Managing 1-5 consultants, attend A/E team meetings
• Preparing design presentations
• Drafting Construction Documentation including detailing, schedules, & specifications
• Reviewing shop drawings and submittals, visiting suppliers, reviewing mockups
• Corresponding with GCs and sub-contractors

Qualifications Include:
• 3 or more years of experience at an architecture firm where you undertook a similar scope of work
• More than 4 years experience if your previous work environment is significantly different
• Demonstrated experience in all stages of design and construction administration.
• Excellent graphic, communication, and organizational skills
• Demonstrated knowledge in AutoCAD, Rhino and Adobe Creative Suite
• Good interpersonal skills & a willingness to collaborate with & support your design team
• Pro-active, self-driven, and confident in a fast-paced working environment
• Possess all legal permits and visas required to work in the U.S.
• Fluency in written and spoken English

Application Submittals:
Please send CV, Portfolio and References


Apply By:
April 30, 2019

Toshiko Mori Architect

Project Architect
Full Time

New York, NY

Toshiko Mori Architect is an award-winning firm known for over thirty years of innovative and influential work in a diverse body of projects. The work of TMA combines a strong conceptual and theoretical approach with a thorough study of programmatic needs and practical conditions to achieve a design that is spatially compelling. The firm is currently seeking a Project Architect for full time employment.

Qualifications Include:
+ Minimum of 3-5 years of professional, post-graduate work experience
+ Professional Degree in Architecture
+ Highly developed skills in client communications, contract documentation, project scheduling, building design, technical detailing, consultant coordination, and construction administration

Application Submittals:
Submit PDF resumes and work samples to the following email with the subject line, “Project Architect”; please limit file sizes to 5 MB:

Only applicants that meet the qualifications will be contacted.

Salary is commensurate with experience; competitive benefits are offered.

Intermediate Architects

LANG Studio

Intermediate Architect
Full Time

285 West Broadway, Suite 300, New York, NY 10013

Immediate opportunity for an Intermediate Architect committed to design excellence with a proven ability to realize completed projects and 5 years experience.
LANG Studio is an award winning architecture & interiors firm with a complimentary real estate development practice. We developed the celebrated Hudson Woods project and , and look forward to developing other projects in the near future. We are looking for a like-minded candidate who is capable of thinking across disciplines and assisting on multiple levels.

Responsibilities include:
• Leading a team to establish a design direction
• Producing construction documents
• Overseeing construction administration.
• Strong communication skills and flexibility are necessary.

Required Qualifications:
• Professional degree in architecture from accredited institution
• 5 years of experience with minimum of 1 year as a lead project manager or project architect for residential projects or resort projects.
• Highly developed skills in client communications, contract administration, project scheduling, team leadership, building design, technical detailing and consultant coordination.
• Highly skilled in AutoCAD, Rhino, Adobe Suite, and V-Ray rendering software
• Advanced understanding of materials, construction processes, systems, and methodologies. Capable of detailing and construction documents with minimal supervision.
• Agile team player that can triage and complete multiple tasks with diverse team members.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Capability of performing or interfacing with a hospitality or residential interior design team a plus.
• Conceptual Hand-Sketching a plus

Application Submittals:
Please submit your cover letter explaining your qualifications with your resume, and a minimum of five work samples with notes of your role and responsibilities on each project, both academic and professional, in a single PDF document no larger than 3MB . Web links will not be accessed. Please include salary requirements and availability. Due to the high volume of applications received, we are only able to respond to those we are interested in interviewing.

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Outdoor Voices

Senior Experience Designer/ Architectural Designer
Full Time

Austin, TX

Outdoor Voices is seeking a Senior Designer to execute the creative deliverables for the Physical Brand Experience team. This is a highly creative role for an efficient, highly iterative designer with excellent 3D modeling and visual skills. This role will report directly to the Director of Physical Brand Experience. This position is located in our Austin office.

Execution of Concept and schematic design with direction from Design director
Preparing 3d renderings, sketches, mood boards, material boards for internal and external design presentations
Working with development and construction teams to ensure design concept is carried through the entire project.
Manage and mentor junior designers
Ensuring exceptional quality across all Physical Brand Experience touchpoints including: retail design, pop-up design, retail fixtures/ furniture design and fabrication, print design, signage production.

• 6-8+ years of relevant physical design experience required (ideal fields: Architecture, interior design, set-design, installation, or fabrication)
• Proficient in Sketchup, Autocad, Adobe Creative Suite
• Bachelors or Masters Degree in Architecture, Interior Design, Fine Arts, or Industrial Designer
• Interest and expertise in each area of Physical Brand Experience including: retail design, pop-up design, retail fixtures/ furniture design and fabrication, print design, signage production
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the proven ability to build and maintain strong and effective internal relationships

Compensation and Benefits:
Competitive compensation package
OV Benefits include flexible vacation, 75% of health care premiums, dental and vision
The latest OV fear and - of course - Recreation

Please email resume and portfolio to

MAD Architect

Graduate Architect
Full Time

Beijing, China

MAD Architects is a global studio of talented architects, designers, and creative thinkers. We are dedicated to impact the experience and understanding of the built space that surrounds us, and from there we develop visionary, fluid, and technologically advanced designs that embody a contemporary interpretation of the Eastern affinity for nature.

For our growing Beijing office, we are looking for graduate architects to join our teams on ambitious medium to large scale projects. As an integral part of our international practice, you will be contributing actively to the development of MAD.

Ideal Candidate:
You maintain passion and enthusiasm towards architecture and insist in the study of the essence of architecture. You are a globally-minded individual with a proactive, positive attitude with excellent academic background (MArch Degree or equivalent). You combine strong aesthetic design sensitivity with technical knowledge and are a clear communicator. You articulate your ideas and concepts precisely, comprehensibly, and in a graphically engaging way. You thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, enjoy contributing to your team, are flexible, and able to set priorities in order to deliver accurately and on time. You are highly skilled in AutoCAD, Rhino and Adobe CS, with a sound working knowledge of Maya a plus. You are fluent in English, with business level Mandarin and other business level language skills a plus.

Responsibilities include:
You will be involved in the design, architectural, and technical aspects of projects and their graphic representation through the entire design process from concept to construction. Within dedicated teams, you will support in developing project packages that demonstrate clarity, design sensitivity, and a sound understanding of technical feasibility. As an integral part of our international practice, you will be contributing actively to the development of MAD.

Qualifications Include:
You maintain passion and enthusiasm towards architecture and insist in the study of the essence of architecture. You are a globally-minded individual with a proactive, positive attitude with excellent academic background (MArch Degree or equivalent). You combine strong aesthetic design sensitivity with technical knowledge and are a clear communicator. You articulate your ideas and concepts precisely, comprehensibly, and in a graphically engaging way. You thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, enjoy contributing to your team, are flexible, and able to set priorities in order to deliver accurately and on time. You are highly skilled in AutoCAD, Rhino and Adobe CS, with a sound working knowledge of Maya a plus. You are fluent in English, with business level Mandarin and other business level language skills a plus.

Application Submittals:
Please submit your CV and portfolio for application


Tommy Hilfiger

Store Planner
Full Time

New York, NY
The Store Planner is responsible for the design and development of, fixture layouts and elevations to ensure Tommy Hilfiger standards are achieved in Wholesale.


Develop drawings, store layouts and design per project assigned. Review all construction documentation and millworker shop drawings per project
Review and get approval for all projects, internally and externally
Work with Manager of Project Coordination on schedules and deadlines.
Work with vendors on shops and verify fixture order based on proposed layouts
Manage the process from design phase to completion
Responsible to work with deadlines and schedules to complete projects on time and stay within budget
Ability to make recommendations regarding changes to timeline and design elements
Able to design and create options for design to provide sales with the proper fixture layout to make sales


BA in Architecture or Interior Design or related field
5-7 years of store planning experience for wholesale or retail accounts
Proficient in AutoCAD
Planning and/or design project management
Ability to travel
Flexibility to adapt to changing business priorities
Experience working in a multicultural environment
Experienced at negotiation
Strong Communication Skills – written and oral
MS Office (PowerPoint and Excel) and MS Outlook
Photoshop experience and skillset
Ability to handle multiple tasks/projects with adherence to deadlines
Detail oriented/innovative traits are necessary
Must be able to find the best solutions and develop methods to improve efficiency
Must be flexible to adapt to changing trends of business and/or ad hoc projects
Flexibility to adapt to changing needs of business
Travel is required to shops to project manage the completion of the project and make sure the turnover to visual is seamless

Application Submittals:—Tommy-Hilfiger_R13923-1

Craig Szalai/

Architect Designers


Architect Designer
Full Time

New York, NY

The SheltonMindel℠ brand continues the legacy of the firm founded by Peter L. Shelton & Lee F. Mindel in 1978 as Shelton Mindel & Associates. The firm continues to provide complete architectural, interiors and product design services for corporate, cultural, academic, retail, recreational, hospitality and residential clients, under the sustaining leadership of Lee F. Mindel, Architect, D.P.C., a New York Design Professional Corporation which performs all architectural services.

The firm is the recipient of thirty AIA awards for architecture, nine Interior Design Magazine Best of Year awards for residential and commercial interiors; twenty-two design awards from the Society of American Registered Architects, a Progressive Architecture citation, three Roscoe awards for product design, as well as eight Good Design Awards and three American Architecture Awards from The Chicago Athenaeum. The American Institute of Architecture, San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, National Academy of Design and Houston Museum of Fine Arts have exhibited the firm’s work in both traveling and permanent exhibitions. Product design lines include collections for Knoll, Waterworks, Jack Lenor Larsen, and V’Soske. Architectural Digest has recognized SheltonMindel℠ as one of the top 100 design firms of the last century and Peter L. Shelton and Lee F. Mindel, FAIA were recognized as the Deans of American Design in 2005. Both Peter L. Shelton and Lee F. Mindel, FAIA, were inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame and were the recipients of the prestigious 2011 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award.

Selected candidates will work on a variety of exciting projects. Our office specializes in bespoke residential renovations but there are current opportunities to work on other types of jobs as well, including new construction, multi-unit residential and mixed use projects, commercial spaces, offices, interior design, and product design.

Pay is commensurate with experience. Position includes a competitive benefits package with health, vision, and dental insurance, paid vacation, FSA’s, PFL, and other perks.

Responsibilities Include:
Prepare and modify architectural documents as directed by project architects.
Develop solutions to technical and design problems.
Prepare 2D and 3D presentation and design drawings for client and project team review.
Attend project design, client, and site meetings. Work directly with contractors, consultants, and engineers to inform project development and design.

Qualifications Include:
Basic hand and digital drafting skills required.
Working knowledge of Revit required.
Working knowledge of 2D drafting in AutoCAD required.
Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign required.
Working knowledge of Rhino and V-Ray for 3D modeling preferred.
Proficiency in MS Office, including Word, and Excel required.
Basic knowledge about sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines is a plus.
Ability to effectively meet deadlines.
Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work in team environment.
Basic hand and digital drafting skills required.
Working knowledge of Revit required.
Working knowledge of 2D drafting in AutoCAD required.
Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign required.
Working knowledge of Rhino and V-Ray for 3D modeling preferred.
Proficiency in MS Office, including Word, and Excel required.
Basic knowledge about sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines is a plus.
Ability to effectively meet deadlines.
Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work in team environment.

Application Submittals:
Interested candidates should submit their resumes, portfolio or work samples, and a brief cover letter for consideration.

Dan Kimicata at

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asap/adam sokol architecture practice

Full Time

Los Angeles

Seeking a talented architectural designer to join our Los Angeles office. As a small firm with a wide variety of project types and scales, this person can expect to have significant responsibility and design opportunities. Depending on maturity, skill and experience, this individual may have the potential to manage design teams, engage with the construction process, travel, etc.
asap/ is a boutique firm based in Los Angeles, with ongoing work in New York and China as well. Our work has been widely published, and our firm was recently selected by Architectural Record for this year’s Design Vanguard. Our current projects range from commercial and residential interiors, to single- and multi-family residential work, as well as cultural, hospitality, and institutional projects. Adam Sokol is a 2004 graduate of YSoA.

Ideal Candidate:
We are seeking someone with superlative design and graphic presentation capabilities. Professional experience is desirable, however we will consider each candidate individually. The ability to manage multiple tasks, and work collaboratively with others, is essential. Significant opportunities for professional growth exist, and we will support the licensure process for those interested.

Responsibilities Include:
—design work in all phases
—renderings, graphics, presentations
—engagement with clients
—participation in permitting and construction administration —occasional participation in marketing or media relations

Qualifications Include:
—outstanding design and presentation skills
—reasonable communication skills and positive attitude
—familiarity with architectural history will be helpful

Application Submittals:
Please send a CV and portfolio in PDF format


Curry Stone Design Collaborative

Design Lead
Full Time

Mumbai, India

Short Organization/Position Description
The Curry Stone Design Collaborative (CSDC) is a design studio created to equip underserved and marginalised communities with methods to design, develop and improve their built environments.

Launched in India in 2016, CDSC operates as a true collective of social design practices, architects, civic planners working collaboratively with communities in need. It unites design practitioners and communities in a common cause: addressing inequalities using design and technical tools.

At CSDC’s core is a community driven design process. It starts by spending significant time with residents to gain a thorough understanding of the complexities of their living conditions. It is only after the community is comfortable and familiar with the CSDC team that the work of collaborating on the design of life-improving solutions begins. The ultimate goal is for the community to be full participants in the initial process, and to be empowered to continue the work on their own for years to come.

Responsibilities Include:
Role Description: Based in Mumbai, the Design lead will report to the Managing Director. Depending on the level of experience, the primary responsibility will be to lead and support the design and development of various initiatives within CSDC.

Qualifications Include:
• 7-10 years of international experience in a design and construction (architecture/landscape) practice
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school of architecture, Master’s Degree a plus
• Experienced in all phases of project design and construction
• Enjoy working in a very collaborative manner with end-user communities and our partners and researchers;
• Excellent communication skills are a must to maintain community relationships, and liaise with consultants and project collaborators
• Build good relationships at all levels: internally and externally
• Good presentation, writing, and public speaking skills are a must
• Be willing to travel on a regular basis for site visits and nurturing community and partner relationships
• Ability to converse fluently and read in English is a must, proficiency in a second language (French/ Spanish) is a plus
• Passionate about sustainability and environmentally responsible design
• Ability to use some of the following: AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), Microsoft Office
• Independence in thought and action, and a willingness to stand up for their beliefs
• Respectful, understanding of local value systems, and able to work with people at all levels in the communities that we go into
• Must have a great sense of humour, patience, reliability and integrity
• Lots of common sense and a deep desire to learn and grow

• Experience working in Africa, South and/ or South East Asia
• Lived in more than one country and have an understanding of culture(s) other than their own
• Prior work / volunteer experience in non-profits or socially driven agencies
• Demonstrate the ability to manage multiple projects, including schedules and budgets
• Good understanding of project management processes
• Previous teaching experience, and publications are a plus
• LEED or similar accreditations preferred

Application Submittals:
Cover Letter, Resume and Portfolio


Junior Designers

Charles Hilton Architects

Architectural Apprentice
Full Time

Greenwich, CT

Charles Hilton Architects, specializing in the finest quality custom residential architecture, sustainable design, and waterfront projects, is seeking December 2019 graduates for architectural apprentice positions.

Ideal Candidate:
Charles Hilton Architects is seeking architectural graduates who are interested in building a rewarding career working on fine quality award winning projects, in a collaborative environment where hard work and professional excellence is rewarded with growth and opportunity.

Responsibilities Include:
• Assisting with the schematic design of projects and presentation drawings
• Production of architectural drawings
• Production of project construction drawings
• Assisting with design research and documentation
• Assisting with on-site measure-ups of existing buildings
• Assisting with the creation of architectural renderings
• Assisting with general office administrative tasks

Qualifications Include:
• Must demonstrate strong creative and technical skills as well as proficiency with AutoCAD.
• Past architectural office experience and proficiency in Revit is desired.
• Be team oriented and self-motivated in order to contribute to a productive environment and assume greater responsibilities as the position develops.

Application Submittals:
Resume & Portfolio

JC Nierle - Office Manager


LDL Studio, Inc.

Full Time

Providence RI

Small personalized hospitality design firm in Providence, RI with national portfolio seeking draftsman work with Principals on projects. Need experience in drafting, CAD / Revit, work independently and follow through per assignments. Salary based upon experience.

Ideal Candidate:
Experienced with Knowledge of Architecture / Hospitality Design

Responsibilities Include:
Present and prepare project for clients with Principals of the firm

Qualifications Include:
CAD / Revit / Drafting, work independently, able to do follow up

Application Submittals:
Resume, References, portfolio

Email to

Aurora Farewell Architects

Junior Designer
Part Time

East Hampton, NY, USA

We are a growing, boutique residential practice in New Haven that provides Architecture and Interior Design services to clients in New York, Connecticut, California and Miami. This is a part-time position to assist in drawing, modeling and designing residential projects that are in various phases of design and construction. We offer the opportunity for a student to gain professional experience and IDP hours while at Yale or for a recent grad to gain professional work experience.

We are looking to hire a student or recent grad with 3-5 years previous work experience for part time work. This position could become full time. The candidate must be detail oriented, have an interest in both residential Architecture and interior design, and above all, we willing to engage in all aspects of the design process. We ask that only candidates who feel they are able to consistently dedicate 10-15 hours a week apply for this position.

Responsibilities Include:

• Assist with construction documents
• Assist with presentation drawings
• Build 3D models for design purposes only. Renderings done by other.
• Participate in interior design process including sourcing furniture, working with vendors and organizing client presentations
• Work directly with the principal through all phases of design

Qualifications will include:
• Proficiency in AutoCad
• Proficiency in SketchUp
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
• Highly organized
• Must be eligible to work in the United States and willing to relocate to the Hamptons
• Interest in Architecture and Interior Design and willing to engage in both

Application Submittals:
Cover letter, work samples, resume


Bates Masi + Architects

Junior Architect (0-2 Years Experience)
Full Time

East Hampton, NY, USA

Bates Masi Architects is a fifteen-person architecture firm located in East Hampton, New York specializing in modern residential and boutique commercial architecture. Our focus is on innovative design, based on extensive research and knowledge of fabrication, craft, construction, and materials. The firm is widely published and receives multiple design awards each year. We were honored with a Record House award and inducted into the ID Hall of Fame. A monograph of the firm’s work was recently published. Bates Masi is a design-oriented partnership with an emphasis on providing a good learning environment.

We are looking for a candidate who will grow with the office by consistently putting forth their best effort and assuming more responsibility over time.

Responsibilities Include:
The successful applicant’s qualifications will include: • A professional degree in architecture from an NAAB accredited school
• internship experience in construction documents, detailing, digital
modeling, rendering, digital fabrication, and graphics
• Excellent communication and organizational skills
• The ability to condense, categorize, and present research and ideas
• Must be eligible to work in the United States and willing to relocate to the Hamptons
• 3ds Max, and Vray experience is an asset

The successful applicant’s qualifications will include:
• A professional degree in architecture from an NAAB accredited school
• internship experience in construction documents, detailing, digital modeling, rendering, digital fabrication, and graphics
• Excellent communication and organizational skills
• The ability to condense, categorize, and present research and ideas
• Must be eligible to work in the United States and willing to relocate to the Hamptons
• 3ds Max, and Vray experience is an asset

Application Submittals:
Please email your resume, cover letter, and samples of design and construction document work (5mb maximum in PDF format) to No phone calls please.


Hendricks Churchill

Junior Designer
Full Time

Sharon, CT, USA

Hendricks Churchill is an award winning architecture and interior design firm with offices in Sharon, CT, and NYC. Our highly collaborative practice designs meticulous residences across the country. Never formulaic, our process is informed by place and rooted in the craft of building.

Responsibilities Include:
• Working closely with founders and project architects to assist with the production of presentation and construction drawings
• Researching products and design precedents
• Assisting with marketing and other general office initiatives

Qualifications Include:
• Fluency in AutoCAD (knowledge of SketchUp and Adobe Creative Suite is a plus)
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Professional degree in architecture
• 1-3 years work experience (residential work is a plus)
• Driver’s license
• An interest in traditional and regional architecture

Application Submittals:
• A cover letter indicating your interest in the position
• A current resume including references
• A portfolio of work samples.


Interior Designers

Interior Designer for CT Homeowner

Interior Designer
Full Time
Woodbridge, CT

Interior designer needed for paint/finishes/lighting/furniture plan/furnishing of large, modern, architect-designed house with new master bedroom addition

Ideal Candidate:
Architecture /design student with experience on such projects

Responsibilities Include:
Interior of beautiful 1982 house by noted architect Myron Goldfinger needs updating with new paint, finishes, fireplaces, lighting, and furnishings. Owner has architectural plans.

Qualifications Include:
training and experience in architecture and/or interior design; modern aesthetic; knowledge of furniture sources

Application Submittals:
Resume, portfolio, and statement of interest

V. Schultz
Yale Law Professor
(203) 494-6528

Photos of residence supplied upon request



Architectural Intern
Full Time
Paris, France

Architectural office in Paris seeks interns to work on international projects. Our projects range from cultural and institutional projects to housing, urban planning, and research.

Responsibilities Include:
Research, drawing/drafting, modelmaking (both 3d modeling and physical models)

Qualifications Include:
Working knowledge of Autocad, Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign). Some knowledge of French is helpful but not required.

Application Submittals:
Resume and portfolio (PDF format)

Linna Choi

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Architectural Interns & Designers
Full Time

Brooklyn, NY

SO–IL is an internationally recognized architecture and design firm based in New York. We create structures that establish new cultures, institutions, and relationships.

The firm works across countries and cultures. Together, our team speaks more than a dozen languages. Our clients are spread across France and South Korea to the United States and Mexico.

We believe that through deep collaboration, architects can strengthen communities’ ties to their environments. In an increasingly digitized world, our architecture incorporates innovative physical materials that follow the unique scale and conceptual grounding of each project: stretched chainmail over a gallery building, or an array of elegant glass tubes as a museum facade.

You will be working as a team member and be expected to create new ideas both in collaboration and independently within an international design-driven studio. You will design and produce in drawings, convey architectural concepts, create renderings, build presentation and working models, coordinate with engineers and consultants, and will report directly to the Project Leader and Principals.

Ideal Candidate:
Maintain the ability to work flexibly in a demanding environment.
Strong communication skills, with regard to client presentations, meeting organization and preparation.
Physical modelling skills required, including digital fabrication, wood, metal and foam, and organizing a maintaining a model shop.
Flexible and proactive approach.

Responsibilities Include:
Develop architectural studies.
Work with Rhino, AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite to prepare & present design proposals to clients.
Assist in the production & development of all necessary documents, drawings, models, images, schemes etc related to the design & building process.
Attend regular meetings with project team and office.
Coordinating with project supervisors.
Developing architectural research.
Preparing materials for exhibitions and competitions.
Assisting principals with their studio works.

Qualifications Include:
Degree in Architecture, Design or relevant field
Previous internship experience preferred for Intern applicants
Minimum of 2 years professional experience required for Designer applicants

Application Submittals:
We are seeking applicants at two levels in the organization - Interns and Designers.

Internships typically last 6-12 months
Designer roles are variable but typically will be 12-24 months

For all applications please submit
+ Cover Letter
+ CV
+ Portfolio (academic and professional project examples preferred)

In your email please also indicate which role you would prefer, your potential start date, and if you will require assistance for work authorization now or in the future.

SO – IL is an equal opportunity employer.

Other Roles

Alice Aycock (AYC, Ltd.)

Design Developer/Project Manager for Sculptor
Full Time

New York, NY

Alice Aycock (AYC, Ltd.) is seeking a design developer for a position in her New York City studio.
Artist Website:
Must be available 3-4 days a week.

Ideal Candidate:
Holds a degree in architecture with interest in the arts.

Responsibilities Include:
• Concept Design on large-scale art commissions as well as discreet sculpture in the United States and internationally.
• Execution of design and construction documents from Concept Design through Construction Documentation Phases.
• Interact and support studio project team including the Artist, studio manager, fabricator, and engineer; and interact on various large-scale projects with developers/architectural firm project teams.
• Coordinate with art consultants, galleries and private clients on design and logistics.

Qualifications Include:
• Minimum of 2-5 years of experience in similar field.
• Strong proficiency in Rhino (surface modeling) and AutoCAD (experience with contract documents).
• Proficiency in multiple rendering applications including 3D Studio Max, VRay, Maxwell or InDesign preferred.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Illustrator.
• Ability to handle multiple deadlines and projects.
• Familiarity with contemporary artists working on large-scale sculptural projects and its relationship to contemporary architecture.
• Ability to work in a collaborative studio environment.
• Available for occasional additional days as necessary to meet deadlines.

Application Submittals:
Please submit an application only if you meet all qualifications. Compensation commensurate with experience. Competitive rates for the right candidate.

Work samples must be applicant’s own independent work and demonstrate a high level of proficiency. References will be verified.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, three professional references, and several work samples in PDF format to

Mental Canvas, Inc.

Principal Designer
Full Time

New York, NY

Mental Canvas, Inc. is a computer graphics technology startup. Our mission is to enhance visual communication by computers by fundamentally elevating the way people draw. We’re building a team that thinks creatively and embraces innovation.

Mental Canvas is a transformative software platform that combines the ease and fluidity of conventional 2D sketching with expansive capabilities. For visual thinkers who sketch to explore new ideas, communicate new concepts, create new knowledge, or design new products, the Mental Canvas authoring system picks up where pencil and paper leave off. The content, or spatial drawings™ created using Mental Canvas represents a new interactive media type for use in journalism, books, movies, games and more. Similar to what the word processor has done for text, or Photoshop as done for photography, Mental Canvas re-imagines the sketch, imbuing it with entirely new capabilities, bringing it fully into the computer age.

Ideal Candidate:
- Ability to sketch rapidly and organically for concept development and storytelling
- Excellent drawing, sketching and design skills
- Ability to ideate spatially and to dream up concepts on the fly
- Extensive experience with digital drawing-and-paint systems
- Strong public speaking and communication skills
- Demonstrate product in a variety of application settings – from architecture to advertising to entertainment to concept development to industrial design to education
- Identify and prioritize new features in current and upcoming products, prototype use cases based on customer interest

Responsibilities Include:
Develop and lead content projects featuring Mental Canvas’ software products across a range of applications, including movie production, advertising, architectural design and visual journalism. Develop representative demonstrations for a range of creative applications, serve as a product evangelist at conferences and other public events, help develop and shape future products.

Qualifications Include:
- BArch, MArch, BFA, MFA or equivalent
- 5+ years professional experience in relevant design/creative field
- Portfolio showing highly creative work with an emphasis on drawing and sketching for visual communication/concept development
- Hands-on design/development experience including storytelling of complex ideas, innovative visuals both static and animated.

Opportunity to play a key role in shaping and further developing the Mental Canvas platform alongside leading graphics researchers and practitioners.

Compensation package includes base salary, full benefits package, and stock options.

Application Submittals:
Submit link to online portfolio and resume to with “Principal Designer and Concept Artist” in subject line.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) Studio Fellow

CCAM Studio Fellow

Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM)
149 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

The Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) is hiring eight studio fellows for the 2019-2020 academic year. The studio fellows will assist in ongoing CCAM research projects and initiatives, teach workshops, and generate their own creative project. The fellowship is paid and requires 6-10 hours of CCAM contact hours a week.

Ideal Candidate:
A graduate student or upper-level undergraduate student interested in collaborative, multidisciplinary creative practices.

Responsibilities Include:
• Work with the CCAM team to initiate and develop research. Possible research areas include immersive content, experimental film, projection design, motion capture, graphic design, animation, electronic and computer music, data visualization, creative coding, and interdisciplinary practice.
• Develop and work on collaborative projects with CCAM Machines in Residence.
• Assist visiting artists on creative experiments happening at CCAM.
• Strategize as a communications liaison between CCAM and and the major or school the student is receiving a degree from to share news, events and programs with classmates and faculty.
• Excellent communication and writing skills. Fellows will be expected to write about what they are working on for the CCAM website and the forthcoming Maquette publication.

Qualifications Include:
• Current Yale student (graduate or upper-level undergraduate)
• One area of expertise that relates to CCAM is required (Graphic Design, Programming, Visual Arts, Computer Science, Animation, 3D Graphics, Architecture, Interactive Theater, Choreography, Film, Electronic Music, Creative Practice, Storytelling).
• Enthusiasm towards interdisciplinary and collaborative projects is required!

Application Submittals:
Please send a brief cover letter, resume, and link to portfolio (optional) to with the subject line, “2019 Studio Fellowship.”

Apply By:
September 15, 2019


Historical home Renovation

Seeking an architectural student
Part Time

Located 21 Village Green, Norfolk, CT

1795 Home Renovation 7/10/19
Hello neighbor, l am Remodeling 21 Village Green in Norfolk (adjacent Yale summer music school) this is not for the faint of heart. The house must be up to code and historically sound. If you have any 3rd or fourth year student up to this challenge, or would consider it as a term project feel free to contact me via email or phone

Ideal Candidate:
3rd or fourth year student up to this challenge of preserving a local treasure.

Responsibilities Include: Designing today’s design with an homage to 1795 while maintaining a historical sound structure.

Qualifications Include:
Third or fourth year architectural student preferred

Marie Liverpool
718 514-5396.

Government Roles

National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC)

Community Planner
Full Time

Job Summary:
Do you want to contribute to reimagining public spaces? Solving planning challenges? Envisioning modernization plans while preserving the historic landscape of the nation’s capital? Expand on your urban planning skills at NCPC! Collaborate on impactful, multifaceted issues and initiatives such as Pennsylvania Avenue, Parks & Open Space, Memorials for the Future, SW EcoDistrict, Flooding, and more, through research, analysis, urban design, project review, plan development, and/or public engagement.

At NCPC, the primary duties of the community planner position at its full performance level involve comprehensive research and analysis; plan and project review at various phases; preparation and presentation of reports and issues in compliance with appropriate authorities, policies, and procedures; plan and project proposal modifications and recommendations with the use and integration of a range of planning technology software (e.g. GIS, InDesign); coordination and collaboration with other team members, agencies, and the general public; and public engagement strategies.

As the federal planning agency for the National Capital Region, NCPC preserves and enhances the extraordinary historical, cultural, and natural resources and federal assets of the National Capital Region to support the needs of the federal government and enrich the lives of the region’s visitors, workers, and residents. The Martin Luther King Memorial, Eisenhower Memorial, and National Museum of African American History & Culture are just some examples of the historic and groundbreaking initiatives under NCPC’s review that have significantly contributed to and captured our nation’s unique history and legacy. Learn more about NCPC and its major initiatives, plans, and projects at:

You must meet the basic education and minimum specialized experience requirements to qualify for this position. You will be required to verify proof of education and your resume must clearly demonstrate the experience required to qualify for consideration of this position. The official announcement specifies the details of the qualification requirements (see “How to Apply”).

How to Apply:
You must submit your complete application online via USAJOBS containing the required documents and information stated in the official announcement. The official announcement link is provided here:

If you have questions, please send your inquiries to: