PLP Architecture has an opportunity for a content/editing and storytelling creator to join its team in London.
We are a London based group of architects, designers and thinkers who value the transformative role of ideas and the capacity for architecture to inspire.
PLP Architecture has created some of the world’s smartest buildings, which have redefined what it means to live and work in today’s cities. PLP Labs is a research collaborative that develops concepts and technologies aimed at the future development of cities and urban living.
We have recently completed the Edge, the greenest office building in the world and Collective Old Oak, the largest co-living building to date. PLP is currently working on the tallest all-timber building in the world as well as researching a ground-breaking urban mobility system that fuses autonomous cars with mass-transit.
We are a non-hierarchical, collaborative, multi-disciplinary practice with the culture of a young start-up.
PLP Architecture seeks an ambitious, intellectually nimble candidate for a new role to develop the strategy and content of our internal and external communications. Working with new and existing material, the candidate must be able to create strategic pitches with a high level of design in 2D and HTML formats. This is an opportunity to weave storytelling into our communications to create ideas that engage every audience.
Experience in 2D/3D visual content creation (animation, design, editing), the ability to storyboard presentations, animations and to compose page layout is a must. Strong design sensibility story-telling skills for the design of hybrid/physical and digital environments is essential. The successful candidate will work with a multi-disciplinary team to design campaigns for print, digital, motion graphics and videos for diverse projects.
We are seeking excellent presentation skills with the ability to communicate clearly both written and verbal. The ability to evolve our existing collateral for interactive, social media and web-based platforms will also be part of the role.
This is a full-time position with benefits, based in our London office. An architectural background is preferred, but not essential.
All candidates should be eligible to work in the UK.
To apply please send your CV using the ‘apply’ link below include storytelling in the subject line.