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Amsterdam, Netherlands
Interior architects
at Concrete

Concrete is hiring interior architects to join its practice in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Concrete is looking for (assistant) interior architects who can create a difference. Concrete is searching for people with passion for their profession. It is not only about what you can do and have done, but also who you are and how you work. You are a designer. No grand theories, no mediocrity; just unconventional, great-looking design solutions.

You are an inspiring team player, someone who understands the power of a team you are able to put things in perspective and know-how to prioritise and organise your project. For urby projects in the USA, projects in London, a large-scale project in Luxemburg, mixed-use building in Norway and other projects.

We are looking for:

  • (assistant) interior architects – one-five years’ experience
  • you will be supporting the interior design team in one or more of our interior architecture projects
  • you are cooperative and work with great passion
  • you have experience with hospitality and/or retail projects
  • you will be working in the international field, from Asia to the US
  • you have one to five years of relevant professional experience to share with us
  • you have an interest in architecture

What you need to give us to be included in our selection:

  • show us three of your most important projects in your portfolio and your CV
  • explain to us exactly your role and responsibilities within these projects
  • give us five images that express your fascinations, inspirations and imaginations
  • show us examples of your ability to produce technical drawings as well as to communicate in sketches
  • indicate your level of speaking Dutch
  • motivate your selection

Deadline: 16 March

Applications without the items mentioned above will not be looked at.

Please send all the requested information to Marjolein Olink using the ‘apply’ link below.

www.concreteamsterdam.nl

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