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Want to be part of a practice dedicated to affecting change? We actively seek team members and interns at all levels of experience who share these values and enjoy an open and collaborative environment.
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Job Opening: Architectural Designer
Work with the design team of architects, designers, contractors and other staff to contact clients and define initial design deliverables and other project milestones based on client’s preference and in compliance with architectural requirements; Study on precedents and projects’ context, and propose design concepts and schematic design solutions based on site analysis, site requirements, relevant projects and project provision; Research Planning and Building Codes and regulations including IBC, ADA and OSHA to ensure project compliance; Prepare necessary exhibits and drawings required for design solutions such as site conditions, plans, elevations, sections, perspective and other detailed construction drawings by using various media, including hand sketches, diagrams, CAD drawings, 3D computer models, renderings and physical models using Autodesk Revit, Rhino, V-ray, and Adobe Creative Suite; Use sustainable lighting design and analytical software including Grasshopper, DIVA and DIALux to model lighting distribution, illuminance level and glare prevention; Set up documentation format based on different submittal requirements; Source and specify exterior and interior building materials, quality of finishes, and other related details; Coordinate with a team of other professionals such as MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) consultants, contractors, and suppliers to help establish and maintain the project’s schedule and budget; Coordinate with lighting designer and fabricator to integrate custom light fixtures into architectural design and finishes; Perform site visits to ensure that construction adheres to architectural plans.
Master’s degree in Architecture from NAAB accredited programs. Familiar with BIM system and proficiency in using 3D modeling software including (Autodesk) Revit and Rhino; and rendering tool V-ray to visualize design concepts into photographic images. Must be proficient in utilizing graphic program including Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) and lighting design and analytical software including Grasshopper, DIVA and DIALux for energy efficient building design.
The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP email@example.com
71 Columbia St. 6th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
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Miller Hull has always been an industry leader in providing an environment with an equitable gender mix, but we recognize there are still not enough people of color in architecture — especially women of color. Architecture is now a recognized part of STEM-based fields, so our role as architects is to help make our profession more accessible. In 2018, this conversation within Miller Hull led to the development Open Studio.
Through outreach and education, the goal of Open Studio is to provide BIPOC students the opportunity to identify a career in architecture at an early age, so they can successfully navigate toward an architectural education in college. Between the end of their 8th grade year and first year of college, students can participate in Open Studio in three ways:
Open Studio Internship One full-time, paid internship is offered to a high school student who has completed their junior or senior year. For 8 to 9 weeks, this student will have an opportunity to tour construction sites, attend team meetings and work in a professional environment. Over the course of the summer, a portfolio of the intern’s work will be assembled and will culminate in a brief presentation on their last day. Transit expenses to get to our studio are covered.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, we unfortunately will not be offering an Open Studio internship in 2020. Please check back for information about the internship for 2021.
Open Studio Summer Intensive A free, week-long educational opportunity at our Seattle studio, open to 24 students who want to take a deeper dive into the design process. For two hours each day, they will learn how to sketch and draw, think through a design problem with a teammate and present their work to a group, while receiving individualized feedback and counseling. One of the two-hour sessions will be used to take a field trip to enhance the participants’ understanding of the project.
Open Studio Summer Bridge In conjunction with the University of Washington Women’s Center and Making Connections Program, Miller Hull hosts a two-hour introductory session for 20 to 30 students. Included in this session is a studio tour, detailed presentations of various architectural projects, a creative activity and a question-and-answer discussion.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, we unfortunately will not be offering our Open Studio Summer Bridge program in 2020. Please check back for information about the program for 2021.
71 Columbia, 6th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104