We’ve selected four roles for architectural assistants available on Dezeen Jobs this week, including positions at Tonkin Liu and Claridge Architects .


Top jobs for architectural assistants: Part 2 architectural assistant at Tonkin Liu in London, UK

Part 2 architectural assistant at Tonkin Liu

Tonkin Liu is looking for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join its team in London. The studio built an extension at the rear of a Georgian townhouse in Clerkenwell, which features a concave roof with a sweeping curved opening that has been carved out of its surface.

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Jobs for architectural assistant: Part 1 architectural assistant at Claridge Architects in London, UK

Part 1 architectural assistant at Claridge Architects

Claridge Architects designed a blackened timber pavilion in Queen’s Park, composed of three open-air interlocking garden rooms of varying heights. The firm is seeking a Part 1 architectural assistant to join its office in London.

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Jobs for architectural assistants: Part 2 or Part 3 architect at CarverHaggard in London, UK

Part 2 or Part 3 architect at CarverHaggard

CarverHaggard is hiring a Part 2 or Part 3 architect to join its practice in London. The firm designed a showroom and gallery arranged around a tropical garden in Kuala Lumpur, comprising a series of steel-framed buildings with open-air circulation routes used for meetings and socialising.

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Part 2 architectural assistant at Holland Harvey

Holland Harvey has an opportunity for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join its team in London. The practice has transformed a former supermarket into a homeless shelter in north London, which has expansive windows in the building’s front facade to allow inhabitants to look out at passersby.

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