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Architectural Visualiser

Architectural Visualiser - Famous practice
  • Salary: £40000-50000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: London
  • Sector: Graphics
  • Job Ref: 45484

About this role


Bespoke Careers are currently working on behalf of one of the worlds most celebrated architectural practices, aiming to bring a talented Visualiser to the London office, contributing to numerous ongoing high-calibre architectural projects. This large and centrally based practice are searching for an experienced Visualiser from an arch vis background, ideally within a similar architectural office or well-known CGI studio.

With a headcount of over 100 people, our client is renowned for large iconic works, across a variety of sectors. The studio space is one of best we’ve visited, self-designed by the architects, mirroring the culture of the office, it’s large, spread out, well lit with natural day light and an overall inspiring place to collaborate and produce work with fellow creatives.

The practice promotes a good work/life balance, excellent benefits and an open culture, all of which reflects their high staff retention rate.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work within the office’s visualisation team, producing imagery both autonomously and as a collective. You will have access to resources that exceed that of Visualisers working within a typical in-house role, lending the opportunity to continue building an impressive body of work for your own portfolio. Out with visualisation, you will have the chance to coach junior members of the team and explore pipeline/project management.

Suitable applicants will have an impressive portfolio of architectural visuals, ideally tied to another celebrated architectural brand or visualisation studio. 3DS Max & Vray are essential.If you’re looking to continue your career with a best-in-class architectural brand, work towards great imagery, constantly improve your skill set and take on leadership responsibilities, then get in touch

Marcus Quigley

Bio: Marcus has an educational background in architectural technology, having most recently studied at Edinburgh Napier’s technical campus, Merchiston. Post-university, Marcus moved into the oil and gas industry, spending the next three years of his career working on behalf of oil and gas giants, BP and GE. He relocated to London early in 2017 and started recruiting for architecture, before joining Bespoke Careers at the beginning of 2018 where he works exclusively on our permanent architectural desk in London.

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