Studio Upwall Architects, established in 2004, is a Washington DC-based architectural practice that offers integrated architectural services from conceptual design through construction. We are currently looking to bring on a new member to our team who shares our values of promoting sustainable design, urban revitalization, and community-centered design.
We are a small open studio-based practice based in the U Street neighborhood, specializing in both new construction and retrofits to existing buildings, for residential, mixed-use, and small commercial projects. Some of our current projects include a net-zero multi-family project, new urban infill mixed-use projects, and several custom residential projects in the DC area.
Studio Upwall Architects is currently seeking an Intermediate Architect with 3 to 5 years of professional experience who is based in the DC area. The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
Degree in Architecture, Master’s degree desirable;
Intermediate level knowledge of architectural drawing standards and building codes;
Ability to work on all phases of a project from preliminary design through construction administration;
Strong graphic skills / experience in producing renderings;
Experience developing construction documents utilizing BIM-based CAD;
ArchiCAD or Vectorworks and Photoshop experience is a plus;
A self-starter who is able to manage small projects independently, and collaborate with other staff on larger projects;
Strong communication and organizational skills.
This is a full-time position with a competitive benefits package.
Please reply with a cover letter, resume, and work portfolio.
About Studio Upwall Architects
Studio Upwall Architects is an award-winning design firm committed to promoting innovative, community-oriented, and sustainable design. Established in 2004 and based in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington DC, the firm offers integrated architectural services from conceptual design through construction. It specializes in both new construction and retrofits to existing buildings for residential, multi-family and small commercial design projects.