Recruitment - Summer 2017
Studio Octopi is currently interviewing for experienced Post Part 2 & qualified Architect positions.
Experienced Post Part 2 & Qualified Architects
Studio Octopi are looking for an experienced Part 2 & qualified Architect.
The successful applicants will be responsible for delivering exemplary projects from inception to completion. Duties will include hands-on production of design, working drawings and specifications, alongside checking technical and construction detailing produced by other team members.
You will be joining the practice at an exciting time. The practice recently completed the refurbishment of a Victorian amphitheatre, an arts foundation and continues to pursue urban swimming.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate an extensive understanding of design dialogue, materials, construction processes, systems and methodologies, with experience in contract documents and construction administration. Experience with private residential projects is essential.
Vectorworks is preferred but not essential. Knowledge of 3DStudio is a bonus.
Please send a covering letter, CV and examples of your work (demonstrating a range of skills, including hand drawings/sketches) to:
1c Burrows Mews
London SE1 8LD
and / or low resolution PDFs to email@example.com
Due to the quantity of CVs the practice receives, we unfortunately cannot reply to every email or postal submission. We keep all relevant CVs on file.
Commissioned by the National Trust in association with Situations, Writ in Water will be installed into the landscape at Runnymede, taking Clause 39 as its inspiration.
‘No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land.’
Mark Wallinger comments:
“The UK still does not have a written constitution. Thus the value of memorialising and revisiting Magna Carta is that it reminds each generation that the rights of man need to be fought for and renegotiated constantly. The title of the work is inspired by John Keats’ gravestone that bears the inscription ‘Here lies one whose name was writ in water’, an indication of the poet’s despairing regard for his own legacy.”
Writ in Water has been made possible through the generous support of Arts Council England, Art Fund, The Sigrid Rausing Trust, Henry Moore Foundation and Lord and Lady Lupton, with additional support from Iwan and Manuela Wirth and Valeria and Rudolf Maag-Arrigoni.
Writ in Water will be open to the public by February 2018.