David Chipperfield Architects is looking for a 3D visualiser to join its London practice.
David Chipperfield Architects is a leading international practice with offices in London, Berlin, Milan and Shanghai. We are looking for a 3D visualiser to join our London studio. This full time, permanent role demands a dedicated self-starter with excellent communication skills and team spirit who shares our creative ambitions.
We have an opening for a talented 3D visualiser who is passionate about design and architecture and can demonstrate the ability to consistently create high quality architectural visuals. The ideal candidate will be highly creative and confident with a superb eye for composition and a wide range of 3D skills and techniques.
Proven experience and solid working knowledge of Rhinoceros, Maxwell renderer, V-ray or 3d studio max plus Photoshop and Illustrator are desirable and additional experience of Microstation 3D, movie rendering and editing skills and photographic skills for context and model pictures are an advantage.
You will be part of a dedicated team of visualisers who work as valued members of our design teams and you will contribute towards continued development within the practice by assisting less experienced colleagues using visualisation programmes.
To apply please clearly quote ‘3D visualiser’ in your hard copy application and send a collated document including a concise motivation letter indicating your availability and salary expectations, a CV, and portfolio of up to 8 pages of relevant images to:
The Recruitment Team
Ref. 3D visualiser
David Chipperfield Architects
11 York Road
Please note that we can only accept hard copy CVs sent by post. Applications made by email or CDs will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, within three weeks of receipt of your application. We regret that we are unable to return any materials sent to us.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
David Chipperfield Architects is an equal opportunities employer.
No agencies please.
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