Our selection of the most promising architecture and design roles on Dezeen Jobs this week includes positions at British artist Wolfgang Buttress’ studio and Italian firm Dimore Studio.


Top architecture and design jobs: 3D designer at Wolfgang Buttress in Nottingham, UK

3D designer at Wolfgang Buttress

Wolfgang Buttress is seeking an architect or 3D designer with Rhino skills to join its studio in Nottingham. The artist created a 40-tonne aluminium and steel pavilion called The Hive, which is now installed at Kew Gardens.


Top architecture and design jobs: Project manager at Dimore Studio in Milan, Italy

Project manager at Dimore Studio

Dimore Studio created an art deco-themed apartment to showcase its furniture at Milan design week, which featured contrasting shades of pale blue and pink giant stripes and wavy graphics. The Italian studio has an opening for a project manager to join its team.

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Junior interior designer at Bryan O’Sullivan Studio

Bryan O’Sullivan Studio is hiring a junior interior designer to join its team in New York. The firm designed a bar for a hotel in west London, which features a pink-hued mural depicting female faces in an enclosed private area, making reference to snugs in old pubs where women could withdraw and socialise without judgement.

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Top architecture and design jobs: Architect at Studio Octopi in London, UK

Architect at Studio Octopi

London office Studio Octopi has added a loft extension to increase space in a Victorian house in Battersea, creating two new rooms lined with white oiled spruce plywood. The practice is accepting applications for an experienced post-Part 2 architectural assistant or qualified architect.


Top architecture and design jobs: Witherford Watson Mann Architects in London, UK

Witherford Watson Mann Architects

Witherford Watson Mann Architects is looking for an architect to join its studio in London. The firm recently overhauled a former stable yard into an opera theatre in Leicestershire, which was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize.

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