Designer (For Sale Residential)

KTGY KTGY Employer:
Oakland, CA, USLocation:
Mon, Jul 19 '21Posted on:


KTGY Architecture + Planning is one of the nation’s foremost residential and mixed-use firms delivering innovation, artistry and attention to detail across multiple studios, nationwide. As place-makers, we design with care, intelligence and responsiveness. Blending client goals, design efficiency and resident experience we create thriving, memorable and sustainable neighborhoods of the future.


KTGY Oakland is renowned for our high-density and for-sale residential, mixed-use and planning design that make this one of the best architecture firms to work for in the Bay Area. Our Uptown Oakland office is a creative sanctuary of ambitious architects and planners that put collaboration and teamwork at the forefront. We appreciate those who have mentored and supported us as we build our careers. Because of that, we are passionate about education and giving back. Whether it’s adopting a local school or remodeling a kitchen benefitting US Veterans, KTGY Oakland continues to help shape the communities in which we live, work and design.


Come help us shape the urban fabric in cities around the Bay Area and beyond!

We are seeking a Designer with a passion for architecture and urban design who is excited about working in the heart of Uptown Oakland. At KTGY we are working on the leading edge of residential design, developing innovative solutions to today’s housing needs. We value free thinking and spirited debate – about design, housing typologies, and the future of our cities. We are seeking a candidate who can articulate design and vision - visually, verbally and in writing, to the client and those you are working with. If you are ambitious, artistic, eager, collaborative, have a growth mindset, and looking to join a company that values creativity see below for more information.

Additional Qualifications:

  • 3 – 5 years with industry experience.
  • 4-year Architectural degree preferred and/or combination of required education and experience.
  • Accurate and detailed oriented.
  • Able to work in a collaborative environment.
  • Able to work on multiple projects and maintain effective communication and quality control.
  • Understanding and proficiency using the following software:
    • AutoCAD
    • Revit
    • SketchUp
    • Adobe Suite
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