Marc Newson is seeking an industrial designer to join its team in London.
Marc Newson is one of the most acclaimed and influential designers of his generation. He has worked across a wide range of disciplines, creating everything from furniture and household objects, to bicycles and cars, private and commercial aircraft, yachts, various architectural commissions, and signature sculptural pieces for clients across the globe.
- work on numerous technically demanding projects across a host of sectors—transportation, furniture, products, interior/exterior architecture
- develop designs from sketch to presentation renderings to detailed 3D models
- potential travel to client sites (mainly Europe, potentially the US)
- full-time role based in our Central London studio (currently working from home because of Covid-19)
- three to eight years’ experience in at least three of the following design areas: transport, product, furniture, electronics, interiors/exteriors
- excellent technical and 3D modelling skills, with solid experience in understanding of processes and materials
- past experience working with luxury or private clients would be an asset
- impeccable attention to detail and strong work ethic
- good time management skills; delivering work on time and to a high standard
- excellent visual and verbal communication skills, including being able to confidently present to and correspond with clients directly
- must work well within a varied team
- fluency in English
- Must have the legal right to work in the UK/sponsorship not available
- advanced 3D modelling skills, excellent proficiency in Rhino and/or Solidworks
- excellent 3D rendering skills
- knowledge of Adobe CS skills (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) would be an asset
To apply, please send your CV, portfolio (5MB max) and covering letter to via the ‘apply’ link below.
Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications, we shall only respond to candidates whose candidacy we would like to pursue.
Start date: February 2021
No agency, in-person, or phone inquiries, please.