Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects Employer:
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Wed, Oct 31 '18Posted on:

Murphy Burnham & Buttrick is seeking creative designers to join our vibrant design practice based in New York City.  MBB is rooted in the belief that architecture has a profound impact on the ways we live, learn and create and we are committed to making architecture that elevates the human experience. Our award-winning practice centers on a collaborative studio environment prioritizing design excellence, innovation and sustainable design. We have a diverse body of work including institutional, cultural, residential and educational projects across a wide range of scales. The studio is structured to provide the rigor and technical expertise of a large firm with the personal approach, design focus and collaborative studio environment of a small firm.  We have both breadth and depth of expertise in master planning, interior design, preservation, sustainable design and architectural design and emphasize a team structure that facilitates mentorship, continued education and professional advancement. 

We are looking for individuals with a degree i architecture, exceptional design and rendering skills and up to two years of experience. We value team members with strong verbal and graphic communication skills, fully willing and able to contribute to design dialogue and bring critical thinking to projects.  Our collaborative environment relies on designers who are team players. REVIT/BIM experience is a plus.  

Applicants must be United States citizens or authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. If the latter, please provide your visa type and its duration.


Please email a letter of interest, your resume and a pdf of work samples (maximum of ten pages) to Maricela Salas at  Please include your name and position in the subject line of all emails and files submitted.  Salary is negotiable and we offer a full range of benefits that includes health and dental insurance, a 401k plan and incentives to gain professional licensure and LEED accreditation.

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