We are currently seeking qualified candidates for a junior position that will lead into the position of Project Manager and Interior Design Associate. Applicants must hold a degree in interior design or architecture, although a related field in furniture design, art or industrial design will be considered, and have 5 years relevant full-time experience in the industry. Responsibilities are to involve all facets of project design, fabrication documentation, and administration. Salary for the position will be commensurate with experience, and compensation includes a generous benefits package.
5 years relevant full-time experience.
Excellent design, verbal and written communications skills.
Organizational abilities, presentation skills and a self-motivated, energetic, and cooperative approach are essential.
Candidates with proficiency in Vectorworks, Autocad, Sketch-Up, V-Ray, and Adobe Creative Suite.
Additional Salary Information: Salary for the position will be commensurate with experience.
SPAN Architecture brings together a diverse array of experiences and interests as practitioners, teachers, artists and theorists. Registered architects, Karen Stonely and Peter Pelsinski began collaboration in 1998 and formed SPAN in 2004. Their award-winning work combines thoughtful and inventive conceptual design with technological innovation and creative material application. Above all else,... SPAN shares a deep appreciation and reverence for architecture that guides their pursuit of creating superlative work.
In recent years, SPAN has continued to work on a broad range of project types, from residential to commercial, from development to high-end retail, hospitality and custom furnishings.
SPAN is currently designing an evolution of the retail store concept for Calvin Klein Collection throughout Asia as well as Pringle of Scotland in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and London. SPAN received the AIANY 2014 NY Honor Award for Best Interiors for their Calvin Klein Collection store in Shenyang and a AIANY Design Award in 2016.
In addition to the office’s built work, SPAN continues to work on speculative development projects and pursue competitions. SPAN coordinated a traveling studio focused on issues of reconstruction between the New Jersey School of Architecture and the schools of Architecture at Poznan and Warsaw Universities comparing the building site of the WTC with post-war sites in Berlin, Warsaw and Poznan. SPAN currently teaches the integrated building design seminar and laboratory at Princeton University. SPAN participates on numerous panels. They participated in “One Platform, One Solution” discussing the nature of technology on design and production, and were a juror for the 2008 and 2009 “Designing Brooklyn” awards as well as for the AIA DC Un-built Projects Awards. SPAN has lectured at the NJ School of Architecture (“Creative Generalism”). They were selected as one of five national firms to participate in the “Friends of Hudson Square Design Charrette Workshop & Exhibition”. SPAN chaired the “Friends Committee” for the Design Trust for Public Space, is on the Development Committee for the Architectural League of NY, and is on both the Development and Program Committees for OHNY.
Firm: The studio of 15 is composed of 2 Principals, 1 Studio Director, 2 Associates, 6 Project Managers/Draftsman, an Interior Designer and 2 support staff members. Teams are tailored to the size, complexity and specialty of each project. The office is a cross-platform environment utilizing both Windows and Mac OS workstations. Facing the harbor and located in the heart of Manhattan’s financial district, SPAN built out its current office space in September of 2006.