Hunter Dunning

Architect (Co-working Spaces/ Offices) - Paddington, London

Location
London Paddington Station, London (Greater)
Salary
£35,000 - £45,000
Posted
04 Sep 2018
Closes
04 Oct 2018
Ref
9798
Job (Function)
Architect, Part 3
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This is a truly unique opportunity for a skilled Architect, with experience in the workspace/office design and hospitality industries to join a friendly and unique team. Let your creativity flow while designing functional yet creative co-living and co-working spaces around the world.

Founded and developed by two friends, this lifestyle brand has taken over the world. Their co-living/co-working model has changed the hospitality industry in some of the most exotic locations in America and is now taking over Europe.

The team pride themselves on their ability to redefine what it means to explore, travel and work. They have designed over 20 locations that are not only quirky and thoughtfully put together, but that also encourages guests to connect with likeminded people. They promote art and culture while looking after the environment, offer Yoga and surf lessons at their beach locations and host means parties wherever they are!

With a very exciting pipeline of projects lined up for the UK and Europe, they are currently looking for a talented Architect to join them in their new London Head Quarters.

Role & Responsibilities

Predominantly working on a variety of Co-working space projects, your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Designing internal layouts
  • Developing block diagrams and initial floor plans for program meetings
  • Develop schematic design options based on existing building conditions
  • Developing final schematic design for final approval
  • Working with construction documents
  • Create set of design documents based on concepts and program.
  • Preparing 3D modelling and elevations as required
  • Creating design presentations
  • Visiting site when required
  • Coordinating with F&B, Operations, Interior Design, and Construction to determine property requirements
  • Be the link between the project team members (Interior Design, Art, PM, IT Project coordinator)
  • Involvement in the schedule and budget of the project assigned by the Leader Architect

Required Skills & Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years post Part II experience, or a qualified Part III Architect
  • Experience working on co-working spaces and offices/workspace projects
  • Experience working on F&B/hospitality projects would also be hugely beneficial
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and Microsoft Office programmes (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Must have experience producing/developing construction plans
  • A great eye for detail
  • A good understanding of building codes, by-laws, space and site requirements, and other technical documents and reports, to determine their effect on architectural designs
  • Project management experience is beneficial
  • Keen eye for design and current trends
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Demonstrable dependability and commitment to projects/tasks
  • Excellent organisational and multitasking skills
  • Have a flexible schedule and able to travel to other office locations
  • Ability to work independently yet taking direction when necessary
  • Strong team player with a cooperative and relaxed attitude
  • Fluent in both written and verbal English

Salary & Package

  • £30,000 - £40,000. This is only a guideline and depends fully on experience

  • Statuary holidays

  • Pension scheme

Soft Benefits

  • Flexible hours
  • Social events
  • Discounts in the brand’s locations world-wide
  • Birthday day off
  • Volunteering programs

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