EDG, an internationally recognized interior architecture and design firm, creates innovative hospitality environments worldwide. With expertise in branding, strategy, and operational excellence. They present authentic stories with the power to transform audiences and create value for Owners and Operators throughout the world. From Bali to Brazil, Riyadh to San Diego, EDG focuses on strategic solutions that meet business goals while surpassing guest expectations. Their Marin County Headquarters was named one of the “Five Coolest Bay Area Offices “by San Francisco Business Times and has been featured in Interior Design Magazine. They also have offices in Dallas and Singapore. We are a leading innovator in hospitality, restaurant, and commercial design and are committed to pushing the boundaries of excellence and creativity. They look for team members who share their vision and values and are passionate about design, hardworking yet fun to be around, talented, ambitious, and courageous with creativity and dedication.
The Project Architect is responsible for working with the Senior Designer and the Project Manager in the design detailing, and documentation of a project. The Project Architect works on all phases of design with an emphasis on the Design Development and Construction Document phases. Work includes drawing set production, computer modeling, and renderings as well as production management.
Independently draft and assemble construction documents in a timely and efficient manner.
Review CDs to ensure compliance with the firm’s standards, mechanical, building systems, codes, and ADA requirements.
Coordinate consultant’s work to ensure compliance with design solutions and timely submissions of documents.
Interact effectively with team members and clients to ensure a smooth workflow and ensure successful project delivery.
Create and contribute to project design and development.
Respond to RFI’s and submittals and coordinate as needed in the Construction phase
Oversee tasks and provide feedback on work products.
Day-to-day coordination with clients
Mentor junior staff
Support multiple projects concurrently.
Excellent drafting and detailing skills; Photoshop, 3D, InDesign, AutoCAD, and Revit proficiency. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively within project deadlines and budgets. Ability to be flexible and multi-task.
5-7+ years’ extensive experience in all phases of architectural design, including substantial and varied experience involving responsible planning and interior design of complex projects. Substantial experience with applications of engineering technology, interior design materials, and construction methods. Experience with high-end restaurant and hospitality, or high-end residential a plus.
Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from an accredited university. Architectural license or NCIDQ, CCIDC, NCARB, ASID, or comparable in-process desirable but not required.
We offer a competitive salary, benefits, and a great working environment including a 9/8/80 alternate schedule with every other Friday off.
Please email us your cover letter, resume, and samples from your work portfolio in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only PDF and Word documents will be accepted.