• £25,000
  • -
  • £30,000
  • Posted by: Louis Herinckx
  • Location: Central London
  • Type: Permanent
  • Ref: SR-LHe080313

I have been approached by a leading global architectural practice to help fill an exciting unique opening in their 3D Department. They are on the hunt for a hugely talented and promising 3D Artist with a minimum of 2 years experience within the architectural visualisation world to help create photorealistic images of some truly inspiring designs.

The studio itself has just moved office to a vibrant part of Central London, the spacious and stylish office offers a comfortable yet inspiring working environment where creativity is encouraged at all levels. The office is less than a 10 minute walk from each of London Bridge, Borough and Bermondsey train stations, an area full of life, packed with interesting bars, coffee shops and retail outlets. The practice covers a wide range of sectors, however focuses on design-led retail architecture, they pride themselves on stimulated thinking leading to extravagant and beautiful design.

The 3D team itself is currently 4 strong, very tight-knit and full of personality. They are looking for a real character who will fit into the team straight away, someone who is a fast learner and isn’t shy of digging deep to achieve the best possible results. Any applicants must be extremely personable as a lot of the work involves working alongside architects to ensure that the design/visualisation process is as streamlined as possible. To be considered for this role, you must be an excellent user of 3DS Max, Vray and Photoshop with excellent written and verbal English skills.

If you feel this could be your next career move, please send a CV and portfolio of no more than 7mb to lh@sol-rec.com, or alternatively give me a call on 0207 855 9644 for a confidential chat about the role and I can answer any queries you may have in depth.

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