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Six visualisation positions in the UK, Italy and Switzerland

We've selected five opportunities for visualisation specialists available on Dezeen Jobs, including roles at David Chipperfield, Herzog & de Meuron and Studio Fuksas.

Black building next to black windmill with white sails

Junior 3D architectural illustrator at Squire and Partners in London, UK

Squire and Partners is hiring a junior 3D architectural illustrator to join its team in London. The firm designed the Brixton Windmill Centre, a black timber-clad structure that sits beside the last windmill in London.

Arial photograph of two conjoined tubular buildings made from metal and glass

Architecture rendering specialists and animation specialists at Studio Fuksas in Rome

Studio Fuksas designed a music theatre and exhibition hall in Tblisi, Georgia that takes the form of two conjoined glass and steel conical tubes. The practice is seeking architecture rendering specialists and animation specialists to join its team in Rome.

Photograph of a church interior with stained glass windows and restaurant seating

Visualiser at Michaelis Boyd in London, UK

Michaelis Boyd is looking for a talented visualiser to join its team in London. The studio converted a church in London into a lofty home for Cantonese restaurant Duddell's.

Exterior rendering of jenga-style cantilevered elements of the building

Architectural visualiser at Büro Ole Scheeren in London, UK

Büro Ole Scheeren masterminded Fifteen Fifteen in Vancouver, a residential skyscraper characterised by stacked cantilevered composite volumes. The firm is looking for a passionate architectural visualiser to join its team in London.

Visualisation of a copper-toned, weave-effect building facade

Software developer at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland

Herzog & de Meuron is hiring a software developer to join its team in Basel, Switzerland. The practice created a proposal for a building at the Vancouver Art Gallery with a copper-toned facade intended to mimic woven fabric.

Photograph of the Neue Nationalgalerie from a corner viewpoint

3D visualiser at David Chipperfield Architects in London, UK

David Chipperfield Architects completed a structural and functional renovation of Mies van der Rohe's Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, Germany. The firm is hiring a 3D visualiser to join its team in London.

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