Space2place is looking for a designer who wants to solve meaningful problems and create beautiful, functional, and engaging public spaces. Space2place is a learning and teaching environment. You will learn how to improve as a designer, challenge convention, and how to take and give feedback.
Ideal candidate will be self motivated, a good communicator, well organized and have a strong sense of design. Individuals with a multidisciplinary background are encouraged to apply. Candidates with an ecological background and/or 3d modelling expertise will be given priority.
We are a small studio and everyone who works here has to be motivated, adaptable and have the ability to collaborate with others.
The person we’re looking for has:
- a keen intellectual curiosity, with an ability to learn quickly.
- an interest in designing and documenting complex regenerative landscapes.
- a high standard for their own work, and knows how to get things done.
- the ability to evaluate what makes a place successful.
- an interest in invention and understanding how things work.
Type: This is a permanent, full-time job beginning as soon as we find the right person.
How to Apply: Please email a cover letter, resume and work samples to:
[email protected] (include “s2p designer” in the subject line)
We will be accepting applications until the end of day August 24, 2021.
About space2place (space2place.ca)
Founded in 2001, space2place is a nationally recognized, award-winning landscape architecture firm with a reputation for forward-thinking design solutions, sustainable strategies and progressive community consultation methods.
As our name suggests, we deliver high value by transforming spaces wanting in function and character into memorable, site-specific places that celebrate the unique natural and cultural qualities that make a place special. Our work brings together the practical and the imaginative as we venture to realize projects that enhance connections between people and their environments.
Recent work is focused on climate-adaptive landscapes across a range of scales including urban parks and large scale infrastructure projects.