Kraaijvanger is looking for an ambitious architect

21.01.2020

Are you looking for a place where, with your experience (approx. 5 years) and responsibility as a talented architect, you can independently guard the aesthetic quality of several inspiring projects? At Kraaijvanger Architects you do this externally and internally with enthusiastic international and broadly oriented design teams within a learning environment. Kraaijvanger offers you space and serious guidance in your own development.

With the Municipal Office in Venlo we made our dream of a circular world come true. True beauty and a sophisticated play of design and light was recognized by the RIBA, the Dutch Daylight and other awards in our Museum Voorlinden. And in the heart of South Rotterdam we are working on the largest and most complex area development in the Netherlands. The intensive use of the first completed subproject Swimming Centre Rotterdam proves that these developments matter.

Do you want to contribute aesthetically and critically to better and more beautiful environments?

As a conceptually strong, creative and enterprising architect, you have a talent for recognising beauty. You are able to represent architecture. From your natural critical attitude you are able to analyse and solve complex issues. You know how to appreciate and integrate input from external parties and from advisors. And you are able to represent the interests of Kraaijvanger in cooperation with the partners and also contribute to more beautiful environments.

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Do you have a completed TU, Academie voor Bouwkunst or equivalent? Can you deal professionally with Revit, Adobe CS and Sketchup? And do you have at least five years of experience as an architect at an architectural firm of equal size? Do you speak Dutch and would you like to work with us on various design ambitions within walking distance of Rotterdam Blaak station in a dynamic working environment? Please send your motivation, CV and portfolio to Dorothée Römelingh -> vacature@kraaijvanger.nl.

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