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Posted: 08/11/2015

Employer
Hartman Cox Architects

Established in 1965, Hartman-Cox is a Washington, DC based firm that has continuously produced award-winning, imaginative and responsible design for institutional, educational and civic clients. The three partners, Lee Becker, FAIA, Graham Davidson, FAIA and Mary Kay Lanzillotta, FAIA, are actively engaged in the design and management of the projects in a highly collaborative environment. Hartman-Cox is particularly noted for its sensitivity and response to site and context, as well as its stylistic flexibility which has consistently created buildings that are appropriate to their surroundings and their function. The firm has won over 140 design awards, including six American Institute of Architects Honor Awards, the Louis Sullivan Award for Architecture, the 2006 Arthur Ross Award for Architecture and the American Institute of Architects Architectural Firm Award, the highest award the AIA bestows on a firm for design.


Position
Architect
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Washington, DC
Uni
Details
 

Hartman-Cox Architects is looking for talented individuals with three to seven years of experience on the path to licensure, if not licensed already. Historic Preservation experience is a plus. Academic or cultural work experience, or at least an interest in working in this realm, is helpful. 

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Letters of interest, resumes and work samples should be sent to inquiries@hartmancox.com.
MK LANZILLOTTA
Phone: 2023336446
ADDRESS
1074 Thomas Jefferson St. NW
Washington, DC 20007
Uni

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