The studio is a new business, formed by one of the directors of a top London based Hospitality Design companies. Already 6 strong, my client are looking to grow to a team of 10 before the end of the year. The studio have a strong project pipeline already, having existing long standing relationships with some of the world’s most prestigious hotel groups and developers. The projects you will initially be working on will be for a high-end restaurant brand, producing concepts and roll outs to expand their existing global portfolio. Subsequent projects in the pipeline include beach clubs for a luxury resort brand, and several one off restaurant concepts.
The studio have a flexible hybrid working model, with their creative space based in a co-working office near Waterloo. The office is beautiful, with flexible working spaces, a gym, showers, coffee shop, good connections to both underground and overground services and amble bike storage.
My client is looking for an Mid-weight Interior Designer with an excellent technical skill set. You will be comfortable working across different projects including hotels, private members clubs, restaurants, bars and other leisure spaces. You will ideally also be proficient or have some experience with Vectorworks, although the studio are open to cross-training the right person.
So, what are we looking for from you?
- A neatly presented portfolio, focusing on showcasing your technical drawing skillset
- Examples of different technical drawings including sections, elevations, lighting plans etc
- At least 2 years of working in a studio on live projects
- Experience working on commercial projects, ideally F&B based, but other sectors will be considered also
In return for your hard work the studio offers:
- Competitive salary with yearly reviews
- Hybrid and flexible working environment
- Friendly company culture with lots of development opportunities available
If you are interested in this role, please apply with your up to date CV and a portfolio of your work. I will then be in touch to discuss the role with you.