Careers with us

Job Opportunities
As a small studio we do not hire often, but we are always on the lookout for talented designers to work with.

Please send your CV, covering letter, availability and notice periods, current salary and portfolio (including office drawings) by post or email to:

Zoe Wightman
Ben Pentreath
1-4 Lamp Office Court
London WC1N 3NF
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You can upload your document here instead (recipient Zoe).

Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we won’t be able to respond to everyone individually.

current positions

Part Time IT Support

We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable part-time IT Support person.

Working closely alongside the IT Manager, they will provide consistent and thorough technology guidance and assistance to the whole office. The vacancy calls for someone competent with a genuine interest in IT and a natural problem-solving ability. Previous customer facing experience is desirable.

Our ideal candidate will be resourceful, positive and well-informed, with a hands-on approach. They will have proven experience of successfully resolving issues and implementing systems. They will be practical, kind, hardworking and will have excellent organisational skills.

Main responsibilities include:
– Providing face-to-face and remote support to staff, diagnosing, and troubleshooting issues on MacOS devices effectively and efficiently
– Supporting hardware maintenance and updates
– Keeping accurate records of hardware and software
– Troubleshooting basic issues with network, printers and other technology
– Recording and logging requests on ticketing system
– Administering and troubleshooting Office 365 applications, including Exchange and Teams
– Ensuring that tasks are prioritised and organised efficiently
– Administration, stock and consumables support
– Setting up equipment for new starters, meetings and presentations
– Supporting management with any other duties that may arise

Exposure to a VOIP telephony platform, network management software, MDMS, JAMF and NAS is not essential, though advantageous. Experience with SME cloud storage solutions, such as Dropbox and ShareFile, will also be beneficial. Additionally, the role will provide some facilities support, coordinating and assisting with general maintenance for the office.

A personal interest in design and the creative industries is welcomed.

The position is office-based, working three days per week (either Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday; or Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday) at our studio in Bloomsbury, London.

Please send your covering letter and CV to:

Regrettably, owing to volume of applications it will only be possible to contact successful applicants for interview.

Part Time Finance & Administration Assistant – Maternity Leave Cover
(Two/Three Days Per Week) Fixed 10-month contract from July 2023

We are looking for a bright, conscientious, and reliable finance and administration assistant to cover a colleague’s maternity leave at our busy and friendly architectural & interior design studio in Bloomsbury.

The position primarily provides valuable support to our diligent client billing department. The role is an integral part of the management team, aiding this and other vital areas of the business with proficiency and consideration.

Working closely with our business director, our ideal candidate will have an astute knowledge of accounting principles as well as clear business and administrative acumen. They will be able to communicate practically and clearly, have strong attention to detail and possess a kind and positive manner.

Responsibilities include:
– Preparing and issuing invoices and statements
– Accurate data entry and documentation
– Corresponding with clients and client representatives
– Assisting with filing, recording fee proposals and reports
– Timesheet reporting and analytics
– Organising and maintaining client records
– Assisting with appointment letters and client engagement contracts
– Liaising with, and supporting directors on project fees, terms, resourcing deadlines and cashflow
– Following the RIBA Code of Practice for Chartered Practices and ensuring this is closely adhered to, monitoring regulations, and reporting important updates to the wider office
– Communicating with external design teams, clients, and advisors such as legal team, accountants, and insurance brokers
– Assisting with benchmarking reports and assessments
– Assisting with professional indemnity insurance renewals

Skill requirements for the role:
– A clear understanding of sales invoicing, VAT and accounting principles
– Confident working knowledge of Excel, Word and online accounting software such as QuickBooks
– Excellent time management and organisational skills
– Capability to handle confidential information appropriately
– A minimum of 18 months’ experience working in a similar role
– Agility to multi-task and adhere to deadlines
– Excellent attention to detail and grammatical knowledge
– Levelheaded and efficient
– Approachability and perceptiveness

An interest or knowledge of the architectural industry is advantageous; interest in contracts and legal frameworks is very welcome.

The role is part time and office-based, working two or three days per week across Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday preferably.

Please send your CV, covering letter, current salary and notice period to:

Regrettably, owing to volume of applications it will only be possible to contact successful applicants for interview.