Innovative, Young, Awarding Winning Practice - Seeks Architects Part III, II and I

Location
Near Stroud, Gloucestershire
Salary
We base our salaries on the RIBA Salary Guide
Posted
19 Sep 2017
Closes
16 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Innovative practice exploring the collision of digital technology and craft seeks architects with a similar interest to help produce beautiful buildings in innovative ways.

On our book shelf: Carlo Scarpa, The Boat Building Manual, Ornament: The Politics of Architecture and Subjectivity, The Art of Japanese Joinery, Programming The Raspberry Pi

On our desk: A venus flytrap,  An HTC Vive, a wikihouse joint, designs for a contemporary sedan chair / office pod, 360 camera 

In our past: Buildings that we built as well as designed, Helsinki Wood Course, Geoffrey Bawa, Building with driftwood on a small island off the coast of Canada, A 3 bedroom treehouse on Grand Designs, A chapel set in the orchard where Laurie Lee scrumped apples.

Our present: Virtual Reality has revolutionised our practice, designing a treehouse hotel, an auditorium built from steel and timber inside a cotswold stone threshing barn, Linking people who want to build their own home directly with landowners - cutting out the developer and creating better homes, a friendly and collaborative office environment, a flat management structure.

Where we hope to be in 3 years time: Continue to design and oversee highly crafted buildings designed using cutting edge technology, challenge the house building industry with a new model for creating well designed homes, A highly collaborative team of engaged individuals wanting to produce better architecture.

Please send CV and Portfolio to jobs@mhworkshop.co.uk.  If portfolio is greater than 5MB please send via a download service or link to your website if applicable.
In your covering email please include a few sentences with your thoughts on innovation within the profession of architecture.  This might be a project you have worked on or an idea you have had to help improve the way architects work.
Closing date 5pm 16th October 2017