2020 Internship (Open-desk) entry requirements
We stop accepting applications in 2020.
When we restart accepting them, we will inform you.
Working with us as an intern can provide you with experiences of working on projects both in and outside of Japan.
|What experience you can expect||
Architectural design, interior design, and landscape design
Design study, model making, computer modeling, project brainstorming, participate in design meetings, compile design documents, preparations for presentations, and end of intern presentation to the company
At HEAD OFFICE
|Number of positions available||
Positions are always available
Exceptional in architectural, interior and/or landscape design as well as model making
9:30am – 6:30pm (one hour lunch break),
Minimum 3 days a week during August or September period
|Remuneration and transportation fees||
No remuneration is given
How to apply
Send one set of the application documents to us
Please note that we cannot return submitted documents. Please write in the cover letter that you are applying for an intern position (open desk) and the preferred working hours and clearly state if you would like a training course in order to gain the relevant university credits.
Application must arrive between 2019/06/10 – 2019/06/21. Any application which arrives before or after this period will not be considered.
First stage (CV review)
Only successful applicants will be contacted (within 2weeks of receiving the documents) with an interview date.
Second stage (Interview)
About the required documents
|The address for application documents submission / office address||
If you have any questions please contact us using the Contact link below.
We kindly ask you not to directly visit our office, or phone or email.
We are an architectural design office which tries to achieve a unity between the city development, architecture design, interior design and landscape design. In recent years, we have had more opportunities to participate in projects around the world especially in Asia, and the number of opportunities is increasing. We hope that interns and part time students can get valuable experiences from working with us; put into practice what they learned at universities, and gain additional perspective on where they hope to be in the future and how to contribute to society.
We put a lot of effort into helping to refine the students’ skills for the future through our internship and part time positions, and aim to bring out the best in them.