To coincide with New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair, which starts this weekend, we’ve selected seven of the best roles in the city available on Dezeen Jobs right now, including with Aesop and Karim Rashid.
Skincare brand Aesop is looking for a visual merchandising coordinator to be responsible for its campaigns and fitting out new shops. The company’s store in Manhattan’s Upper West Side was designed by Tacklebox Architecture and features display shelves with profiles of upside-down clothes hangers.
New York designer Karim Rashid has unveiled a smartphone charging device that stores cable in a loop around its outside. The New York-based designer is looking for a mid-level industrial designer with excellent communication and time management skills to join his team in Manhattan.
US architecture firm Ennead designed a new law school in central Phoenix, with open-air sky bridges connecting two wings and sandstone cladding. The firm is looking for a marketing coordinator to join its busy New York team.
Growing design studio Leong Leong is seeking an office manager with excellent interpersonal skills and three years experience to join its team. The studio designed the interiors for fashion brand Everlane’s first brick-and-mortar shop in New York.
New York-based Studio Link-Arc wokred with Tsinghua University to design a competition-winning pavilion at the World Expo 2015 in Milan. The firm is looking for a project manager, with five-ten years experience, to join its team.
Creative agency Visualhouse recently created a rendering showing what the LA skyline might look like in 2030. It is now looking for 3D artists with knowledge of After Effects, Revit and SketchUp to join its team.
Studio Dror has an opportunity for a project architect who is familiar with the latest technologies for design, excellent project management skills to join its growing team. The firm has designed a concept for a sustainable building system ‘Houseplant’, a residential tower and hotel on the border of Tel Aviv that incorporates plants architecture.