With the start of the new year, architecture studios all over London are recruiting for talented Part-I and Part-II graduates. Here are six of the best opportunities available via Dezeen Jobs, including Heatherwick Studio, John McAslan + Partners and Allies + Morrison.
Thomas Heatherwick's studio is currently working on a range of architectural commissions including the overhaul of London's Olympia exhibition centre and a pair of towers in New York. The firm is currently advertising for Part-II architects and designers, to work on a mix of commercial, residential and cultural projects.
Allies and Morrison unveiled a huge masterplan at the end of last year, which will see the firm transform a desert valley into a 624-hectare city over the next 30 years. The company is currently seeking a number of talented architects and urban designers.
Ron Arad's studio is increasingly working on architecture projects – and recently teamed up with British architect David Adjaye on the competition-winning design for the UK's National Holocaust Memorial. The team is now looking to grow, and is advertising for Part-I and Part-II assistants with good drawing and modelling skills.
Tate Harmer is looking for a Part-I or Part-II architect to join its growing practice, based in London's Dalston. Among the studio's most prolific projects is the renovation of a subterranean shaft created by 19th-century engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, to create an underground performance venue.
John McAslan + Partners is looking for Part-I and Part-II architects with excellent design, technical and organisational skills. The firm's current projects include the redesign of Britain's largest mosque, which was damaged by a fire in 2015.
There is an opportunity for a Part-II architectural assistant to join Claridge Architects at its office based in Queens Park, London. The studio's past projects include a blackened timber pavilion designed to host an exhibition celebrating weeds.