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.

We are seeking a passionate and talented Renderer to assist in the continued growth of our in-house visualization studio, producing a diverse range of exceptional CGI imagery for a broad range of clients. You will work directly with our Visualization Specialist. You will be responsible for 3D modelling of both interior and exterior spaces, adding relevant textures/materials, setting up cameras, lighting, rendering and post-production.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Ability to work on multiple projects, updated client requests, maintain a positive attitude when job priorities, requirements, and deadlines shift
  • Excellent attention to detail, organization, and time management skills
  • Degree in architecture, graphic arts, or related field
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience
  • Advanced knowledge of Revit
  • Advanced knowledge of Autodesk 3ds Max, V-Ray, and Corona
  • Strong skills in perspective and composition
  • Excellent visual storytelling skills
  • Have a high level  and understanding of physically-based rendering Materials/Shaders) and uvw skills to achieve realistic results
  • Experience in scene lighting, be able to paint light, and use different rendering techniques
  • Photography experience, camera match for photomontages
  • Contribute to and manage our library of assets
  • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite


  • Experience creating high-end renderings, atmospheric environments
  • Use Photoshop for post-processing, color grading
  • Matte painting
  • Animation skills 
  • Lumion, unreal engine
  • Another modeling software

This is a full-time position based in the New York City office. This position will be remote initially (due to COVID-19) with the option to come into the office at your discretion.


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