The Office of Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership is currently seeking to fill the position of Junior Design Architect for significant cultural and residential projects.
Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years professional experience having spent some time working on high-end cultural facility design, museum projects, and/or custom residential work. In particular, this position requires the candidate to demonstrate creativity and design sophistication, have the ability to translate design concepts in various representational software platforms (Sketchup, Rhino, Grasshopper, etc) and be comfortable developing design and construction documents in both REVIT and Autocad software environments. Candidates should be detail-oriented and fluent in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite software products. Knowledge of varied building systems, construction technologies and detailing, including steel frame, concrete, rough and finish work, exterior detailing, architectural, interior design/millwork, MEP, and structural design coordination are important skills. We are looking for highly motivated, organized, and hard-working individuals who have good communication skills and experience working in design teams.
Please submit letter of interest, resume, references and salary requirements directly to
Established in 1980, Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership is an integrated design services firm, providing architecture, interior, exhibit, education and interpretation, and graphic design for projects of varied scopes and sizes throughout the United States and abroad. Founder and Lead Designer, Lee H. Skolnick, FAIA, has dedicated his professional life to exploring the ability of design to function as an interpretive tool, connecting people to their culture and communities. LHSA+DP’s unique approach is to unearth the compelling stories that underlie every design situation, starting with the beliefs and visions of the project’s owners and supporters, while taking into account the intricacies of the site and surrounding context. The “story worth telling” becomes the guiding principle for every aspect of the project. Through design LHSA+DP finds the way to best tell that story in order to enrich the lives of its clients and communities.