Project Architect

Allied Works Architecture
Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
Added on: 20 Mar 2024, Job offer expires on: 30 Apr 2024


Allied Works is a 40-person architecture and design practice with offices in Portland, Oregon, and New York City. Guided by principles of craft and innovation, Allied Works creates designs that inspire, resonate with their place and purpose, and provide new insight into their surrounding physical and cultural contexts.

Allied Works is widely recognized for our civic and cultural projects, among them the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, the National Music Centre in Calgary and the National Veterans Memorial Museum in Columbus, Ohio. We’ve also designed a range of residences, offices, commercial projects, and creative workspaces, including the Wieden+Kennedy World Headquarters in Portland and Pixar Animation Studios in California. Recent works include Eleven Madison Park, a three Michelin starred restaurant in New York; “Uniqlo City”, the international headquarters of Fast Retailing in Tokyo; and the US Embassy in Maputo, Mozambique. Our creative output is not limited to buildings, however — we regularly design and produce a wide range of artifacts, including exhibitions and site installations, custom furniture, and decorative arts pieces, as well as diverse publications and printed matter.

We are a community of makers, friends, peers that share a passion for design, and equally, the advancement of our social and environmental well-being. Allied Works is an equal opportunity employer committed to the values of Inclusion and Community. Learn more about us at and @alliedworks

We are looking for an experienced and exceptional Project Architect in New York, who is comfortable with demanding deadlines, enjoys working in a collaborative environment, and seeks working on a team that is committed and focused creating beautiful, moving, and meaningful work. Additionally, candidates should possess:

  • A degree in Architecture from an accredited university
  • 7+ years professional work experience through all phases of design, documentation, and construction administration
  • Experience leading a project team and client presentations
  • Ability to work independently with regular contact with the project Principal
  • Strong interpersonal spoken and written skills
  • Proven track record in managing projects and people
  • Experience with start-to-finish design and construction on institutional, cultural and high-end residential projects
  • Proficiencies in Vectorworks, Revit, Rhino, and Adobe Creative Suites preferred

Employment Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Health, vision, and dental benefits (4 tiers to choose from)
  • Generous and flexible Paid Time Off
  • FSA opportunities
  • 401k retirement savings
  • Position is primarily in office with some flexible remote work
  • Bonus opportunities
  • Opportunities for growth

The salary range for this position is $90-120k, commensurate with experience.

Please send resumes and work sample attachments (no links, please) to with ‘Project Architect—NY’ in the subject line.

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