DesignPhiladelphia is delighted to announce it’s partnership this year with Dezeen and Dezeen Jobs, the world’s most vibrant and popular architecture and design jobs board. Dezeen Jobs posts over 100 roles each week for leading firms around the world, and we’ve selected a roundup of the top positions in North America this month, featuring positions at Studio Gang, Aesop and Columbia University.
Herman Miller is currently looking for a director of product design to join its office in Holland, Michigan. The furniture brand teamed up with designer Yves Behar to create a range of intelligent, networked office furniture that tells employees when they’ve been sitting too long.
Dattner Architects is hiring a project designer/architect, the New York-based firm who designed the interiors of Brooklyn College Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema. (pictured)
Skincare brand Aesop new Washington DC store, the brand's second outpost in the US capital was clad with 100-year-old recycled sticks by New York studio Tacklebox.
New York-based Studio Dror is looking for a project architect to join its practice. The firm recently proposed adding another huge domed structure to Montreal's Expo 67 site on Île Sainte-Hélène.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop recently completed a light-filled neuroscience research facility at Columbia University's new campus in Upper Manhattan. The university is looking for an online editor to join its Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is currently exhibiting the work of Japanese designer and Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubom, is seeking an exhibition designer in New York.
Chicago-based practice Studio Gang is looking for a marketing director to join its team. The firm recently unveiled plans for a glass tower that is "sculpted by the angles of the sun", adjacent to the High Line in New York's Meatpacking district.