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New York, USA
Intermediate architect
at Grimshaw

Grimshaw is looking for an intermediate architect to join its team in New York. 

About Grimshaw:

Grimshaw was founded by Sir Nicholas Grimshaw in 1980. The practice became a partnership in 2007 and operates worldwide employing over 500 staff.

Grimshaw’s international portfolio covers all major sectors, and has been honored with over 200 international design awards for its commitment to design excellence. The practice is dedicated to the deepest level of involvement in the design of its buildings in order to deliver projects which meet the highest possible standards of excellence.


We have exciting opportunities for highly motivated, proactive and passionate architects to contribute to our New York studio.

As an architect at Grimshaw you will contribute to the delivery of projects at different phases under the guidance and mentoring of experienced architects. You will have a project focused view, sometimes across multiple projects, demonstrating design and technical aptitude. Working in close cooperation with other members of Grimshaw project teams and our consultants, you will contribute to the work on design constraints, objectives, composition, materials and color, architectural volume, detail quality and build quality resolution.

Desired skills:

We are looking for several architects with four-eight years’ professional experience. The ideal candidate has exceptional design skills preferably with a background in large-scale public/transportation/transit projects.

The ideal candidate has excellent coordination and communication skills, superb time management skills, meticulous attention to detail and the ability to quickly adapt in a fast-paced environment.

Software knowledge requirements: advanced Revit, Rhino, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Office.

Grimshaw is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome people from all backgrounds and recognize that in order to be successful we need to create an inclusive environment where everyone can realize their potential and succeed.

Applicants will only be considered with valid work authorization in the US.

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