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INTERMEDIATE URBAN DESIGNER

SITELAB urban studio SITELAB urban studio Employer:
San Francisco, CA, USLocation:
Wed, Oct 18 '17Posted on:

Do you wonder how spaces shape the way we live and work?

Do you want to help build community?

Do you think visually? Analytically?

Do you enjoy the process of iterative design?

Are you passionate about cities?

JOIN OUR TEAM.


INTERMEDIATE URBAN DESIGNER

SITELAB urban studio is looking for urban designers with 6 to 10 years experience to join our San Francisco office. Our ideal candidates have experience working on strategic design projects, as well as an ability to communicate clearly through visual language (diagrams, models, maps, and sketches). We are small, fast-paced office — we look for designers that are curious, engaged, ready for a challenge, and have a sense of humor. You’ll learn a lot and have great opportunities for growth. Candidates must have a master’s degree in urban design, architecture, or landscape architecture and a minimum of 2 years working in a design capacity. Proficiency with AutoCAD, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Rhino, rendering, and Excel is required; experience with additional software such as Revit, SketchUp, GIS, and/or Lumion is a great plus.

Please send a resume and work samples to info@sitelaburbanstudio.com (no emails over 5mb will be considered).

Current projects range from leading the urban design and outreach for Pier 70 in San Francisco to strategic vision plans for McLaren Park to designing an open-source toolkit for homeless services non-profit, Lava Mae. Clients include large private developers, cities and counties, non-profits and community groups. We work closely with architects and landscape architects, including Grimshaw Architects, David Baker Architects, KPF, West 8, Field Operations, and CMG. For more information on SITELAB, please visit sitelaburbanstudio.com.

 

Please send a resume and work samples to info@sitelaburbanstudio.com (no emails over 5mb will be considered).


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