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London, UK
Senior architect
at Bureau Proberts

Bureau Proberts is hiring a senior architect to join its team in London.

Bureau Proberts are building a world-class team of architects to deliver our next major international project.

About us

At Bureau Proberts we are committed to producing engaging and meaningful architecture and interior design. We have enjoyed working on international projects over many years including the recently completed Australian Pavilion for the Dubai World Expo.

We’ve recently won a major international design competition and we now have an unprecedented opportunity to deliver this project and build on our international projects and profile. This is an extraordinary venture, fusing technology, art, adventure and leisure to create a landmark piece of architecture.

We are looking for exceptional people to join our London team to support this extraordinary project which will be progressing to an exciting new milestone!

About the role

We are looking for senior architects with 15 plus years’ of experience to join our London team. Personal motivation and purpose are important to us.  We are seeking people who are great in a team and enjoy the collaboration on large scale projects.

If you’re looking for a role that will see you working on major piece of cultural capital, we’d really like to hear from you.

People with strong capabilities and experience in these areas would be ideal:

  • high-end multi-residential, mixed use, urban realm
  • proven experience of delivering multi-million dollar projects
  • demonstrated experience in high level concept design, design resolution and detailing
  • client and authority communication
  • coordination of consultant teams
  • strong Revit skills
  • Rhino skills are highly desirable

If you’d like to hear more, please contact us or check out our Bureau Proberts website at www.bureauproberts.com.au

Please forward your CV via the apply for job button below.

www.bureauproberts.com.au

This position is only available to applicants based in the United Kingdom