Stitch: Architect and Part II Architectural Assistant

Architect

Stitch is looking for a full-time architect to join our team in London.

Start Date: February 2021

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time recently qualified architect, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Architect’. Interviews will be held in January 2022.

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Stitch is looking for a Part 2 architectural assistant to join our team in London.

Start Date: February 2021

Stitch is a studio of architects, masterplanners and urban designers. We believe thriving neighbourhoods are sewn together, not thrown together. From neighbourhood masterplanning and regeneration, to the architecture of new homes, we work with communities, local councils, developers and housing associations.

We are building our team for exciting new projects coming forward in 2022, and are looking for a full-time Part 2 architectural assistant, preferably with experience working on housing projects in London. Proficiency in Revit and/or Vectorworks will be an advantage.

Our small team tackles large and complex projects through a dialogue-led approach, efficient working patterns and hands on training and support for every member of the team. We believe in joined up design, setting out to create delightful neighbourhoods where user experience comes first- if this resonates, Stitch could be the place for you!

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We value work – life balance and are proud that overtime working at Stitch is very unusual.  We are keen to receive applications from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office. We are happy to offer flexible working arrangements, with some dedicated days where everyone is in the studio, covid restrictions allowing.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio with examples of professional work to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Part 2 architectural assistant’. Interviews will be held in January 2022.

Stitch – Junior Architect

Stitch is looking for a recently qualified Architect to join our team in London.

Start Date: May 2021

We are a studio of architects and urban designers working on a range of interesting housing, town centre regeneration and mixed-use projects in London. We work across all RIBA stages for varied clients from large developers to housing associations and local authorities. Our projects range from strategic masterplans for large areas of urban industrial land, to small clusters of finely crafted homes on back land sites, with dialogue-led regeneration being a central focus in our design approach to complex urban projects.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in a housing led architectural practice with a proactive and collaborative approach to design. You need to have good organisational and communication skills, with excellent written and spoken English. Proficiency in Vectorworks and/or Revit with strong design, CAD and visualisation skills is a must.

Stitch is an accredited London Living Wage and equal opportunities employer. We are keen to receive application from a diverse range of candidates and actively encourage applications from under-represented groups.

To apply please submit a covering letter, CV and digital portfolio to office@stitcharchitects.co.uk (max 5MB) with the subject line ‘Junior Architect’. Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to travel to our London office (remote working due to Covid-19 to be determined).