We are currently seeking creative and competent designers to grow our Brooklyn studio. Designers will work on a wide variety of local and national project types. If you want to join a passionate team with tons of potential, we'd love to meet you. Sighte Studio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise in New York City.
The small size of our studio requires you to be flexible and agile; you will have your hands touching every aspect of the design process. You should be able to initiate and implement creative design ideas and manage multiple project tasks simultaneously. You will be producing project documentation for all stages of design from concept development through construction administration. You will be procuring samples and preparing lighting mockups. You should feel comfortable participating in design and client meetings as well as visits to active construction sites.
Experience working in a lighting design, interior design, or architecture office.
Proficiency with the following software: AutoCAD(we use v2018 LT), AGi32, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, and ComCheck. Knowledge in Revit a plus.
Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and be proficient in English language.
If you're interested, please send a resume and brief portfolio sample (website links are fine) to email@example.com. Please note "Lighting Designer Job IALD" in the subject line of your email. Please no phone calls.
Additional Salary Information: We offer a competitive benefits package including a generous vacation policy.
About Sighte Studio
Launched in 2016 by partners Francesca Bastianini and Alex Pappas-Kalber, Sighte Studio is a young architectural lighting design practice located in Brooklyn, NY. We collaborate with Architects, Landscape Architects, Interior Designers, and Developers to design beautiful and functional lighting systems that enhance comfort and elevate the joy that comes from inhabiting well-considered spaces. Our wheelhouse includes public work, landscape, commercial interiors, and private residential projects, as well as grant-funded research focusing on the urban night time experience.