Interior Designer in Berlin – Amazing hotel and hospitality projects worldwide!
This opportunity is perfect if you are looking for a change of scenery and craving creative freedom in your next role. With a portfolio of hotels across the world, this studio are looking for an Interior Designer who has a strong attention to detail and a passion for hospitality design.
The role is open to a 6 month contract or permanent position.
This small but go-getting studio, are based in Berlin. They are an award winning, international creative multidisciplinary design studio with big ambitions. Our client takes pride in their work and encourages their interior design team to build their careers and skill sets with their innovative designs. They are looking to grow their team with an experienced, talented and creative Interior Designer.
With an impressive portfolio of incredibly contemporary and luxurious hotel and hospitality projects around the world including chic boutique hotels in European cities and beautifully stylish hotels in the Mediterranean islands. Not to mention a sophisticated hospitality venue in the Alps which will be rolled out to key destinations around the world. Their design style is highly contemporary and each project is unique, highly-creative and tailored to diverse client requirements.
As the Interior Designer, you will be based in the Berlin office. Being the capital of Germany and known as the City of Freedom, Berlin is a vibrant city to live in with a mix of modern and ancient history. Berlin is a relatively affordable city to live in and you can find 1 bedroom apartments for €500 and even buy a beer for €1!
In this challenging and exciting role, you will be working closely with the Creative Director and Senior Designer. You will be involved on all areas of a project, from concept to completion; producing client presentation documents and mood boards; concept development and space planning; producing concept visuals; liaison with contractors and suppliers; producing detail drawing packages and planning drawings; and site visits.
The recruitment process for this role, if you are shortlisted, would be an initial telephone interview and if successful, followed by a second interview in Berlin.
Please ensure that when applying that your portfolio and CV are in a PDF format.