The successful applicant will have a good Architect Degree or graphic design qualification and will have a good understanding of UK building regulations. You will also be proficient in AutoCad and be motivated to become involved in all aspects of the architectural process.
An excellent opportunity to join a reputable and well established practice.
Harry Dobbs Design is a architecture and urban practice based in London. It is currently involved in a series of high profile urban, architectural and product design projects.
Harry Dobbs Design is offering a six month internship for possible subsequent placement in the office. Applicants should have:
- an architectural design background, with a strong interest in urban design
- Vectorworks, Sketchup and good 3D rendering capability
- model making experience
- good organisational and interpersonal skills
- spoken and written English at a professional level
Please send your CV, portfolio and all the material that you consider relevant to email@example.com (no larger than 7.5MB)
Please specify in the object ”internship from Dezeen”
Warwickshire, Suffolk and Essex, UK
CHBC Architects is a leading architectural practice, with a long history of exciting projects across the UK.
Following an increase in workload, we are currently recruiting to fulfil positions in each of our Warwickshire, Suffolk and Essex offices.
We are seeking Part II/III qualified architects with a minimum of two years office experience. Residential experience is preferred.
A good knowledge of AutoCAD and Photoshop is essential, with Sketchup and InDesign knowledge beneficial.
Candidates should be capable of producing planning drawings with minimal supervision and comfortable working with clients and to strict deadlines.
In return, we offer a pleasant working environment and excellent prospects for the right individual.
Please send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior designers and architectural assistants
Heatherwick Studio has a number of positions available, lasting from six to twelve months, which are open to designers, makers and Part I architectural assistants who are seeking to gain professional experience.
Candidates should be highly motivated and enthusiastic with excellent communication, numeration and organisational skills; good spoken and written English is essential. Candidates should have excellent CAD, Creative Suite and 3D modelling skills. Languages – particularly Chinese – are an advantage.
To be considered, please send a CV, covering letter and examples of your work in A4 format to:
356-364 Gray’s Inn Road
JOIN US FOR THE FINAL EVENT IN THE MEET THE ARCHITECT SERIES!
Our final event in the series is with John McAslan + Partners, who will be speaking about their 2011 RIBA award-winning Charles Carter Building at Lancaster University. In addition, they will discuss some of the other projects they are working on in Lancaster.
Upon visiting the Charles Carter Building, the judges’ commented:
‘This is architecture that cleverly combines a colonnade, giant orders, deep recesses and flush seamless detail. Externally the single-minded pursuit of the possibilities of contemporary brick technology is complemented internally by exposing the concrete frame. These two materials give the building a sense of grandeur and permanence that is all too rare in educational buildings of today. The use of natural light and ventilation and a generous atrium ensures that this building not only has personality but is robust, flexible and enjoyable.
The building's simple form, material clarity and environmental strategy of thermal mass, natural ventilation and daylight sets a new marker for the University in terms of both making a place, providing space and going easy on the planet.’
Venue: RIBA Hub
Date: Thursday 1 December
Time: 6 – 7.30pm
Refreshments and FESTIVE nibbles will be served!
"The firm is in Bristol and there are 15 of us (very young and fun people) but it's part of a larger organisation (10 other offices, we visit other offices for design charettes/lectures etc.) but they give a very good experience, not just door schedules! Working on buildings like, St Pauls, Battersea Power station, Prince Charles' House... Anyway, let me know if you can think of anyone! The Bristol office isn't just heritage work either as each project we work on is at least 50% new too."