|Address||120 Broadway, 6th Floor|
|City, State, Zip||New York, NY, 10271|
|Contact Person||Ashley Murphy-Aqtash|
|Practice/Office Web Site||handelarchitects.com|
|Co-op/Internship Title||Co-op Architecture Intern|
|Quarter(s)||Summer 2019 and/or Fall 2019|
|Start Date||May 2019 and/or August 2019|
|finish date||August 2019 and/or December 2019|
|Hourly wage||Based on yearly salary of $47,500|
Handel Architects was founded in 1994 with a commitment to making cities a better place to live. We strive to create buildings that are not just things themselves, but serve as catalysts for positive urban and social change. With over 180 architects and designers in New York, San Francisco, Boston & Hong Kong, our work encompasses urban infrastructure and master planning projects, high-density mixed-use developments, multi-family projects, corporate headquarters, and buildings for non-profit, institutional and educational clients around the world. Notable projects include the National September 11 Memorial, The House at Cornell Tech, the largest Passive House building in the U.S., Millennium Tower Residence, the first LEED Gold condominium project, The Dream Hotel NYC, along with various others across the world.
At Handel, our design process is open, interactive and collaborative. We believe that great ideas can come from anyone on the team. Our Internship Program gives an inside look at what it’s like to be a designer in our office. The internship would be a combination of hands on experience, such as, working on a project team to develop design options and/or document sets, as well as, various “shadowing” opportunities, to understand the dynamics of client presentations, design team pin ups, and site visits.
An ideal intern candidate would contribute and learn about the design process and architectural documentation by utilizing various software platforms, including Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Rhino, and Grasshopper. (Revit skills a plus, but not required). Additionally, an intern would ideally collaborate with design teams to build physical building models (3d printing & laser cutter skills a plus, but not required).