UNStudio is an internationally operating architectural firm with projects in the Netherlands, Europe, Asia, USA and the Middle East, and with offices in Amsterdam, Shanghai and Hong Kong. The atmosphere in our office is international, multidisciplinary, highly ambitious and dynamic, as well as friendly and collaborative, with a focus on personal development and career planning.

Following the steady growth of our urban projects we are looking for an urban designer in our Amsterdam office.
For this position we are encouraging enthusiastic, accomplished urban designer candidates to apply who enjoy collaborating on further developing our ambitions in urban design and master planning projects.
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We are a team of architects and urban designers working in the fields of architecture, urban design, public space and landscape. We have just won the 1ST PRIZE IN EUROPAN 12 IN BARCELONA and we will soon start to work on a follow-up COMMISSION FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF BARCELONA INVOLVING LARGE SCALE URBAN STUDIES in key central locations.

We are currently looking for ARCHITECTS, URBAN DESIGNERS, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AND STUDENTS to work with us in large scale urban studies for the municipality of Barcelona and in international competitions. You should be a team player, highly motivated, talented and self-reliant. We propose a collaboration in which we share ideas, work, and the costs and benefits of each competition or project.
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DE URBANISTEN are a design firm specialized in polytechnic urbanism.
Climate change is a topic that we translate into attractive spatial designs that solve problems and create new opportunities. Current assignments include the Rebuild By Design project for resilient New Jersey, spatial studies for the National Deltaprogram and the climateproofing of Zomerhofdistrict in Rotterdam and the redesign of urban streets in Utrecht.

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2 DESIGN FELLOWS (Oklahoma City, US)_updated
The Resilient Oklahoma program will address disaster vulnerabilities by providing communities throughout Oklahoma adopt best practices in resiliency and disaster preparedness. These trained professionals will lead public workshops to identify preparedness needs, available resources, and tailor community-specific solutions.

The one-year program will include three phases of implementation: community identification through outreach and assessments; technical services and training; and evaluation to measure and document impact and scalability.

Two Design Fellow opportunities are immediately available:
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Design Fellow will work with local rebuilding organizations and travel to communities to engage community residents in public workshops to identify preparedness needs, available resources and work to tailor a community-specific solution in vulnerable cities in Oklahoma.
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