Top five architecture and design jobs this week include Snøhetta and OMA

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Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with Snøhetta in Hong Kong and OMA in Rotterdam.


Revit architect at OMA

Job opportunities in the Netherlands this week include an opportunity for a Revit architect to join OMA in Rotterdam. The Dutch firm recently revealed the completed Qatar National Library building in Doha, where the edges of the building on each side are lifted to create a diamond-shaped exterior profile.

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Architect at Snøhetta

Snøhetta is expanding its Hong Kong office due to a number of projects in Asia and looking for architects to join its practice. The firm has recently revealed its plans to transform a station in Detroit into an innovation centre for car company Ford.

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Architects/assistants at WilkinsonEyre

WilkinsonEyre is looking for architects and assistants at all levels to join its team. The studio recently completed a recently converted a trio of gasholders in King’s Cross, London, into luxury flats

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Assistant curator at Design Museum

The Design Museum has an opportunity for an assistant curator to join its team in London. The most significant works of the late couturier Azzedine Alaïa are currently on display at the museum in an exhibition created by designers including the Bouroullec brothers and Marc Newson.

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Herman Miller Aeron Chair

Director of materials at Herman Miller

Furniture brand Herman Miller recently unveiled a new version of its bestselling Aeron chair, which first launched in 1994. The American firm is now looking for a director of materials to join its team in Michigan, USA, and lead the development and implementation of materials strategies.

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