Fougeron Architecture has an immediate opening for a Project Architect. You will be in charge of overseeing the design, development, coordination and construction of our exciting and dynamic single-family and multi-family housing. We are known for our provocative approach to innovative modernism.
We are looking for someone good-humored, driven and committed to design excellence.
We are a small practice (10-15 employees) and value designers who are independent thinkers while still being team players. We have a very democratic approach to architecture and someone who is fun, detail-oriented, self-motivated, and focused will thrive here.
This is a full-time position with benefits. Compensation is competitive and based on ability and experience. Please send resume and portfolio samples to: email@example.com. In your cover letter, please include your favorite (innovative) cocktail drink.
• 5-7 years professional experience.
• Experience with single-family and multi-family residential typology required.
• Demonstrated ability to manage a team through city entitlement / permitting processes, project time and fee schedules, technical documentation, and construction administration.
• Proficiency in AutoCad and SketchUp is a must.
• Expert knowledge and professional experience with Revit.
• Commitment to design excellence; strong communication skills – verbal and visual. • Accredited architectural degree (BArch or MArch).
About Fougeron Architecture
Since 1985, FOUGERON ARCHITECTURE is a nationally recognized design firm whose work exhibits a strong commitment to clarity of thought, design integrity, and quality of architectural detail.
The firm's decidedly modernist attitude is the result of founder Anne Fougeron's vision to create a practice dedicated to finding the perfect alignment between architectural idea and built form. Her work can be defined by three basic tenets:
Architectural space is modulated by the quality and character of natural light.
Innovative use of structure becomes the architectural ornament.
Exploration into the visual and tactile nature of materials enhances how people engage a building.
Ms. Fougeron's keen interest in crossing disciplinary boundaries has led the firm to develop a collaborative creative process that capitalizes on her relationships with craftsmen and artists who are experts in their fields. Contrary to most traditional practices, the firm does not separate between the design and production parts of the work process; preferring to believe that the process of design and innovation must continue through all phases of design and construction.