Considering a move out of conventional architecture? Check out this unique, Adrem Exclusive opportunity…
We have an exciting opportunity for a creative architectural assistant with strong visualisation skills to work directly with a range of clients on global projects. From cutting-edge, high-value installations and temporary structures for prominent worldwide brands, through to pavilions, architectural projects and much more working with renowned artists.
This represents an opportunity to work in a creative environment, where the successful applicant will initially work on a range of modular exhibitions + pop-ups alongside pavilions + architectural projects.
This studio designs and delivers some of the world's leading temporary structures and they are now seeking to expand their London team with the appointment of an architectural assistant / visualiser.
We are seeking an architecturally trained individual with advanced software skills using at least one of the following software packages to produce high-quality visuals; Rhino, Vray, Enscape &/or Cinema 4D.
This opportunity is open to graduates (RIBA Part I + RIBA Part II) and offers in-depth creative exposure working alongside an industry recognised creative director, with ample opportunities for professional development / career growth.
Individuals that can demonstrate experience working on Exhibitions, Themed Environments, Interactive Installations, Live Events &/or Immersive Brand projects will be at a distinct advantage.
Additional experience in Lighting, Theatre / Set Design &/or Digital / Virtual World Design would be easily transferable / highly desirable.
This is the ideal role for an individual seeking a diverse workload (with no two projects the same) and exposure to a broader design world, working in a social, friendly and bustling studio environment.
Applicants must possess full rights to live and work in the UK without restrictions / visa sponsorship requirements.
Apply now with a CV + Folio to Reece Nevel at Adrem Group to find out more about this fantastic post.