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Part 2 architectural assistant
at astudio

There is a vacancy for a Part 2 architectural assistant at astudio in London.

Established in 2006, astudio is a research and development-led architectural practice with technology and sustainability embedded in our philosophy. We are a strong team of designers who together produce outstanding ideas that both delight and are deliverable. As a studio our individual skills in landscape design, coding, model making, environmental design to name a few; support the practise in the development of our designs through to construction. We believe in technology and innovation as a means to drive design and building methodologies. If you would like to join our team we are looking for enthusiastic, talented, motivated and ambitious people with a real sense of responsibility and pride in their work and a natural feel for good design. The candidate will be able to demonstrate work experience in the UK.


  • accountable for the development and design of packages or parts of projects, while being overseen by the project architect. Working as part of a team in the preparation of production information and working drawing packages
  • client facing responsibilities and playing an active role in all project and internal meetings
  • Revit modelling and drawing
  • taking an active role in the studio
  • compilation of reports and documents and supporting the rest of the team in drafting documents for bids, expressions of interest and competitions
  • advanced 3D modelling skills. Communicating schemes in a mixed portfolio of media in 3D and animation
  • preparing feasibility options for various projects and working with other disciplines to test the validity of designs
  • site visits and preparing reports, minutes and liaising with suppliers and sub-contractors
  • assist in shaping research and develop strategies for R&D

Essential requirements:

  • Part 1 and Part 2 UK qualifications or equivalent
  • strong REVIT user
  • an ability to sketch by hand
  • knowledge of Adobe and Office Suites
  • a strong interest in environmental design
  • experience in technical design and on site project stages
  • an ability to design and present their work in three dimensions, using physical models and CAD software (Ideal candidates will possess knowledge of Unreal Engine and VR)
  • working knowledge of UK planning system, building regulations, NBS specifications and ability to produce technical and production drawings packages

  • Applications have closed.