As the lead designer of the exhibition design team, you will take the role of project leader and lead a team of 2-3 assistant designers to participate in the completion of the whole process of a project. Your direct reporting partner is the partner of the company, your work is mainly divided into two aspects of design and management, as follows:
Playing a central role in the design process of the project you are responsible for, advancing the design work with the goal of achieving the owner's needs and long-term value, and delivering design deliverables with a degree of innovation, you will be responsible for the following:
As a project leader, you will be involved in liaising and communicating with clients, leading the team to realize creative innovations efficiently and with high quality, and ensuring that each project is realized on the ground with high quality. You will be responsible for the following:
We need you to meet the following requirements:
LYCS Architecture, founded in 2011, is a well-known and diversified design firm named the Best Innovative Design Firm in BUILD Magazine and was selected as one of ArchDaily's Top 10 Avant-garde Design Firms in China. We are committed to providing innovative and professional design for how people work and live in high-density cities with a fun and exploratory attitude. With a team of over 100 members and offices in Hangzhou and Hong Kong, we provide a full range of design services to clients in over 40 cities.
Our design team has over 100 members in different positions, such as design, management, and research. They graduated from Harvard University, Princeton University, Tsinghua University, and other well-known institutions in China and abroad, with an international perspective and rich local design experience. New designers can quickly grow and acquire technical skills with our "genes" through internships, new entry promotion programs, and a comprehensive training system. We create and adhere to a culture of side-by-side, truth-seeking, self-reflection, and creativity.