Top five architecture and design jobs this week include dRMM and COS

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Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with fashion brand COS and architecture firms dRMM and Formwerkz Architects.


Senior architect at Formwerkz Architects in Singapore

Singapore-based studio Formwerkz Architects has completed several houses in the city-state, including one with a louvred wooden screen and another covered with plants inside and out. The practice is currently looking for a senior architect to join its team.

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Assistant design engineer at COS in London

Earlier this month COS unveiled that Snarkitecture is set to create an immersive installation for the fashion brand in Seoul. COS, which has also collaborated with Studio Swine and Olivier van Herpt, is currently seeking an assistant design engineer to join its London office.

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Aerocene orbs by Tomás Saraceno

Production leader at Studio Tomás Saraceno in Berlin

Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno, who installed a pair of air-filled metallic orbs in Paris’ Grand Palais, is looking to add a production leader to his Berlin-based studio.

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Account executive at Architizer in New York

Job openings in New York this week include an opportunity for an account executive at media company Architizer, which honoured architects including David Adjaye and Odile Decq in this year’s Architizer A+Awards.

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Experienced Part-II architectural assistant at dRMM

London-based dRMM, which in the running for this year’s Stirling Prize for its overhaul of a seaside pier, is looking for a Part-II assistant to work on a new industrial workplace project.

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