- New Director
- Ian Appleton
- The Fat Pony
- New Recruits
Helen Lucas Architects are currently seeking a qualified architect or experienced part II architect to join our creative, hard-working and sociable practice.
A prospective candidate should be committed to intelligent design and be able to express their ideas confidently and clearly from early sketches to technical stages. They should be a proactive and motivated team member who shares our practice ethos to produce honest, sustainable and thoughtful work. Experience of working closely with private clients on domestic projects is desirable and proficiency in Vectorworks and Adobe Creative Suite advantageous.
Candidates must be eligible to work permanently in the UK and have fluent written and spoken English.
If you are interested in applying for the role please email your CV along with examples of work and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
No Agency applications please.
Closing date for submission of applications is the 9th May 2021
To mark International Women’s Day we would like to highlight some organisations doing fantastic work to promote women in architecture and the built environment, and draw attention to the often overlooked role of women in our profession.
Missing in Architecture focus on four interconnected themes; Equality & Diversity, Education & Inspiration, Identity & Practice and the future. They are interested in filling in the missing gaps in architecture, and providing a voice for those that are often overlooked.
On International Women’s Day 2021 we wish to acknowledge and celebrate of all the wonderful and talented women in our team here at Helen Lucas Architects!
Lots of our projects have been continuing on site despite the adversity of this last year and we thought we would show some photographs of work currently in development and nearing completion. Out of a long and bitter winter we are beginning to feel the warmth and welcome the new shoots of spring here in Edinburgh, and the connections to landscape and sunlight which have long been imagined begin to reveal themselves with the turning season.