Five job opportunities for architects and designers in Germany

We have plenty of job vacancies in Germany available right now, with roles in Berlin, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf. Here are five listed on Dezeen Jobs, including positions with HENN Architekten and furniture brand Bolia.


Communications and marketing manager at HENN Architekten in Berlin, Germany

Communications and marketing manager at HENN Architekten

HENN Architekten is recruiting a communications and marketing manager to join its practice in Berlin. The firm is behind the Porsche Pavilion at the Autostadt theme park in Wolfsburg, Germany, which features a curved roof made of steel that cantilevers out towards a pool of water.

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Visual merchandiser at Bolia in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Visual merchandiser at Bolia

Heat-compressed industrial felt is used in Outofstock's geometric Stamp lighting pendants, designed for Danish brand Bolia. The furniture brand is seeking a visual merchandiser to join its stores in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 

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Stylist/visual merchandiser at HAY in Berlin or Düsseldorf, Germany

Stylist/visual merchandiser at Hay

Furniture brand Hay is looking for a stylist/visual merchandiser to join its team in Berlin or Düsseldorf. The Danish design brand recently opened its first North American store in Portland, which is set in an industrial-style building that contrasts its colourful homeware collections.

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CGI artist at BigRep

Dubbed as the "world's first" fully 3D-printed motorbike, German firm BigRep has released futuristic visuals of the Nera electric motorbike. The company has an opportunity for a CGI artist to join its office in Berlin on a part-time basis.

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Architect/project leader at Kuehn Malvezzi in Berlin, Germany

Architect/project leader at Kuehn Malvezzi

Kuehn Malvezzi is seeking an architect or project leader to join its practice in Berlin. During Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015, the German firm presented House of One, an installation that showed its proposal for a building containing a synagogue, church and mosque all under one roof.

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