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New York, USA
Interior designer

Scott Brownrigg is looking for an interior designer to join its team in New York. 

Scott Brownrigg is an award-winning international design practice providing architecture, masterplanning, urban design, interior design and town planning services. Ranked within the top 20 architectural practices in the UK, and within the top 100 globally, it undertakes projects across private and public sectors including education, business space, residential/mixed use, hospitality, sport and leisure, transportation, defence and advanced technologies.

Scott Brownrigg has offices in London, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Moscow as well as Guildford, Cardiff and Edinburgh. This geographic spread, supported by strategic alliances in the Middle East enables the practice to serve its growing international client and project base.

The practice is seeking a talented interior designer with a proven range of experience in commercial offices projects and strong design and technical ability to join their New York studio. Some experience in hospitality sector would be an advantage.

The role requires the ability to work with clients, contractors and the design team, providing creative solutions. The candidates must be highly computer literate (Revit) with strong interpersonal skills and attention to detail. The successful candidates will work directly with the director and our dynamic design team to deliver a variety of exciting projects.

For a detailed job specification and further information on Scott Brownrigg please see the careers page on

The practice offers a dynamic working environment and career development opportunities as well as a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental/vision, pension and paid time off.

To apply for the role, please go to and click the Interior Designer – New York link to submit your CV and portfolio.

Candidates must have unrestricted authorisation to work in the United States.

Scott Brownrigg is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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