We are currently looking for an architecture intern to join our design team in Amsterdam for 3 months.
- Currently studying Architecture (Please note an Enrolment statement from the University in which you currently study is required)
- Strong graphic design and rendering skills.
- Excellent command of AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite.
- Excellent craft and model-making skills.
- Fluency in written and spoken English, candidates who also have fluent Dutch are preferred
- We are a small office, candidates must be able to work independently.
Successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend + daily lunch in our cafe at the Open Coöp in Amsterdam
Please send your CV to email@example.com
And the mammoth task of editing our A10 documentary has begun. Over the past year we have met lots of great people doing amazing things along the edges of this Amsterdam motorway, we were lucky to be allowed to film these stories and get access to some great locations. Now the editing has begun and we will hopefully be able to provide you with some updates and snippets over the coming months before the film will launch later in the year. Stay tuned!
We spent two fantastic days in Dublin engaging with the locals for the next phase of development for our Play Park design. The meetings were an great learning experience to gain a deeper understanding of the site, its orientation, the prevailing winds, and it’s situation in the wider context of Ballyfermot. Such indepth community meetings are really unique in the competition phase of a project and point to a way forward for how similar competitions could be run and organised. The input we received from all groups has changed our thinking and influenced our design decision making for finalising the plan.
Thanks to the Irish Architecture Foundation for organising the meetings, and the members of Ballyfermot Youth Service & BMX Club and pupils of St. Ultans School for the inspirational and motivating meetings!
Our workshop entitled “It doesn’t take much” at the recent New Generations festival was a great success. The participants took on the task with great enthusiasm and began immediately to find issues to highlight, design proposals to make, artworks to create with the white tape. The results to be found all over the centre of Genoa led to much local debate and garnered coverage in the local press, with some heated discussion on facebook about the interventions. This engagement with the public was one of the primary motivations behind the project – to get the participants out into the streets and actively engage with the city and its citizens.
We learned the ability to draw 1:1 on location is a fantastic design and engagement tool and becomes a beta test of the city for locations and issues where design can intervene.