Responsible for articulating and communicating the client’s vision, goals and objectives by leading the development and documentation of the project’s interior design.
Collaborate with internal team members, other disciplines, consultants, and vendors to align interior environments with the exterior for a unified and cohesive design.
Research materials and concepts and use in-depth knowledge of products to develop a strong project palette. Work with design team on technical issues influencing interior design concept development.
Responsible for Revit documentation for all interior design related project items including millwork, walls, ceilings, floors, etc.). Provide project team coordination for finish plans, specifications, and material selections required for construction.
Design and management of furniture selections and specifications.
Development of interior renderings using Revit, Sketchup and other related software systems to describe interior concepts.
Manage implementation, coordination, and installation of interior design concepts on schedule and within budget.
Participate in client presentations and project meetings, preparing presentation materials to communicate these concepts.
Bachelor’s or Master's degree in Interior Design, Interior Architecture, or Architecture required.
Minimum five years recent and relevant interior design experience with an architecture or interior architecture firm required. Experience with healthcare required and healthcare planning preferred.
Proficiency in Rhino or Sketch Up, and 3D rendering software required. Intermediate Revit knowledge required; have used Revit for at least two years in academic and professional settings. Works mostly in Revit to complete work on projects in one or more aspects (modeling, detailing, etc.). Makes edits to and works within established templates, standards, etc. Beginning to understand how firm projects are initially set up and how families are created.
Experience with SketchUp, Lumion, and Enscape preferred.
Professional registration, NCIDQ certification, and LEED accreditation preferred.
Interested candidates are asked to submit samples along with their resume.
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Flad Architects has enjoyed great success as a diverse design practice specializing in healthcare, health science, higher education, science & technology, and corporate environments since 1927. Our practice is organized around the idea of transforming places of work into environments that enhance the user’s ability to achieve. It’s about inspiring those who use the space and helping clients envision their future. It’s about bringing together knowledge, innovation and design in everything we do.