• Internship: Join our Munich office

      Application Deadline: 20/06/2019 23:59

    • We're looking for architecture and interior architecture students who are able to join our office in Munich from August/September/October 2019. The duration of the internship is 6-12 months.

      As an intern, you will get the opportunity to work with projects and competitions. Within the past year, our interns have been working on projects such as universities, research centers and a museum.

      You will work with the design process through participation in competitions, sketch proposals and design development phases. The goal is for you to develop competencies within a variety of fields at all levels. Proficiency in Rhino, ArchiCAD as well as the Adobe suite are required. Skills in 3ds Max + Vray, Grasshopper, Lumion and Premiere are an advantage. Given the international character of our studio, candidates must be fluent in English; German is a plus.

      Applicants must be enrolled during the entire internship and the internship has to be a mandatory part of your studies.

      A successful internship at Henning Larsen Architects has plenty of perspective. In the office, you will meet and interface with our various specialists all with a high level of professionalism, based on knowledge and practical experience.

      If you want to take a look at our everyday life, you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram — the spirit of our offices is lively, dedicated and busy.

      About us
      Henning Larsen Architects Munich was established in 2011 and employs approx. 30 German and other international architects and specialists. Core competencies range from programming and concept design to construction documentation and supervision. Our office also offers services of interior design and sustainability. Projects by the Munich team include headquarters, universities, research labs, cultural buildings and interior projects.

       



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