Piechota Architecture is in search of a highly motivated and talented intermediate Architectural Designer, who is self-driven, detail oriented, and has strong communication and presentation skills.
Candidates should have 3-5 years of experience with high-end residential projects and have excellent freehand sketching, 2D and 3D computer visualization and CAD skills. ArchiCAD experience is preferred.
This person will be working directly with our Principal and/or the project architect. The position incorporates a variety of design and construction document responsibilities, including conceptual & design development, presentation graphics, and construction document production. Candidates must have a working knowledge of building codes, construction document standards, and building systems and a proven ability to independently assemble and organize construction documents.
Piechota Architecture is a boutique architecture studio, focusing on high-end residential design. We are committed to site specific, modern, and highly crafted architecture and are fortunate to have projects located in some of the most scenic areas in California. For more information, please see our website – danielpiechota.com
Please email your resume with sample work to:
No phone calls please.
2 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
About Piechota Architecture
Located in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, Piechota Architecture’s commercial and residential projects build on two decades of work, celebrating the textural richness of some of Northern California’s most spectacular settings— urban, coastal, and rural.
By partnering with our clients and exploring new ways to think about the beautiful and functional, we are able to create architecture that punctuates the straightforward with the nuanced — architecture that is deliberate without being loud, and subtle without being quiet.
The office is currently working on projects in San Francisco, Big Sur, Carmel Valley, Napa Valley, and Sonoma.
"A thoughtfully designed and finely crafted personal space is not just an expression of aesthetic sensibility – it enhances function and restores well-being, clarity and harmony.”