STUDIOS architecture is an international award-winning design firm focused on enhancing the human experience. We are a full-service architecture, interior design, and planning studio with five offices worldwide. We value the process of discovery as much as the end-result. Our process engages the full team in the design, based upon our belief that the best ideas can come from anywhere. Our office culture is nimble, highly collaborative, hard-working, non-hierarchical, and exciting.

STUDIOS has an enviable record of delivering complex, well designed projects for clients that really value architecture and design. This is an excellent opportunity to become a valued part of a vibrant and energetic office.

STUDIOS is seeking a passionate and talented designer interested in working with complex programs, developing design solutions tailored to the project and clients’ unique culture and context, and researching the latest products and materials. We are looking for creative designers who can achieve highly functional architectural and interiors projects rooted in immersive experiences and meaningful design. Both STUDIOS New York City and D.C. locations are accepting internship applications.

This is an exciting paid internship opportunity during which you will be incorporated into the design team environment for direct hands-on experience. Expect to collaborate on many aspects of the design process for projects of various types and sizes. Involvement will include working on graphics, rendering for early design, 3D modeling and documentation in all phases, as well as coordination of design and construction documents with consultants. Participation in vendor and consultant meetings, project site visits and office presentations will be potential opportunities of the internship experience.  



  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program in Interior design or Architecture.
  • Commitment to full-time hours during the course of the internship (start/stop dates are negotiable).
  • Portfolio -- demonstrating intelligent, innovative designs and strong graphic skills -- is required.
  • Interest in variety of project types including commercial office, mixed-use, civic, academic, and/or cultural projects.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, work independently as well as collaboratively with a team.
  • “Can Do” attitude with excellent problem-solving and presentation skills. Initiative and ability to push an idea past what is asked for is highly desirable.
  • Construction documentation experience is a plus.
  • Experience with design and documentation using Revit and Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) are required. Experience with AutoCAD and Microsoft Office are a plus.


STUDIOS Architecture is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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