The most promising architecture and design opportunities this week includes positions at Snøhetta and IKEA
We've selected our pick of the top architecture and design roles on Dezeen Jobs this week, including vacancies at Norweigan firm Snøhetta and Swedish furniture retailer IKEA.
Snøhetta is looking for a managing director to collaborate with a team of senior design and technical personnel at its headquarters in Oslo, Norway. The studio recently installed The Best Weapon, a smile-shaped aluminium bench designed to promote conversation outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
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IKEA has worked with American start-up Ori to create Rognan, a robotic furniture collection that shape-shifts to fit into compact living spaces. The Swedish furniture brand is seeking architects with experience in retail and sustainability to lead IKEA expansion projects at its office in Helsingborg, Sweden.
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Part 2 architectural assistant at Charles Tashima Architecture
Charles Tashima Architecture is seeking a Part 2 architectural assistant with at least three years' experience working on UK projects to become part of its team in London. The practice overhauled unused areas of a London primary school to create a number of workspaces, including a science laboratory fitted with a cabinet of curiosities.
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Furniture/industrial designer at Starck Network Agency
French designer Philippe Starck has created a chair using artificial intelligence for Kartell, with a prototype generative design software developed by Autodesk. The design studio is seeking a furniture/industrial designer to join its team in Paris.
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Architect at Hopkins Architects
Hopkins Architects has an opportunity for an architect to work at its London office on a number of upcoming projects in the sport, education and commercial sectors. The British practice collaborated with US firms Bruner/Cott Architects and Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates to transform a 1960s building at Harvard University by adding living walls and glazed rooms.
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