Salary: £40k - £45k
Location: Battersea, London
Position: Full-Time / Part-Time (4 days a week)
Job Reference: 334799
This company is led by an active voice that really doesn’t hold back when it comes to challenging the role of architecture and pushing for a more inclusive and equal society. They are driven by their mission to ‘instigate positive social change’. If you’re reading this and want to make an impact, keep reading on!
This studio was founded to challenge the status-quo in the industry. Since its formation in 2017, their exceptional design solutions and unwavering dedication to improving the quality of social housing has led to recognition for a very prestigious Prize in Placemaking as well as winning a notable award for the Stephen Lawrence Trust.
This practice is making waves in the industry and we really wouldn’t be surprised if in the next couple of years, they become one of the most well-known in the UK. We always know that companies that do well, especially in this industry, are those with a true purpose and ambitious vision - we are certainly excited about this one!
Today, their team of 5 and growing are guided by principles of interdisciplinary design operating in the fields of architecture, town planning and urban design. Their work spans a broad spectrum, from strategic masterplans to intimate refurbishments with each project always underpinned by rigorous analysis, and innovative, cost effective and environmentally responsive design solutions.
The majority of their projects are presently residential ranging from larger scheme residential feasibility studies and master planning, a number of developer led projects of 10-20 units, brownfield sites and refurbishments, and finally, contemporary domestic projects.
Now they’re looking for a project architect who is ready to step up and support the more junior members of the team as well as the overall growth of the practice. Ideally, the right person for this role will have experience in feasibility projects at a larger scale (150+ units), and smaller, multi-unit projects, from inception to completion. Of great importance is experience in the delivery of domestic project, good UK building regulations knowledge, an ability to work independently and as part of a wider team, and some experience supporting team members develop their knowledge and progress.
For this position, imaginative, out-of-the box thinking is essential, critical thinking a must and revit skills are highly desirable.
Woking hours – 0930-1730
Holidays – 20+Xmas Shut down
Lovely friendly team with very little overtime
Hybrid working - 2 days from home and 3 in the office
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV and Sample Portfolio to email@example.com. To find out more about this opportunity or for a confidential chat to discuss any other roles, please call us directly on 0208 282 8814, we would be delighted to speak with you.