Intermediate Interior Designer

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Are you a driven and ambitious interior designer with a passion for creating spaces that leave a lasting impression? Do you dream of making a meaningful impact on society through your work? We’re searching for an Intermediate Interior Designer to join our team, where innovation and creativity intersect to shape the future of design excellence.

At our Toronto-based architecture and interior design studio, we’re not just creating spaces—we’re shaping experiences that inspire, educate, and elevate. From groundbreaking university campuses to transformative culinary arts centers, our projects are making waves and leaving a lasting impact on society.

As an Intermediate Interior Designer, you’ll have the unique opportunity to dive headfirst into educational projects that push the boundaries of design. Collaborating closely with our principal, you’ll be at the forefront of creating spaces that not only inspire learning but also make a tangible difference in people’s lives.

We’re seeking a talented and ambitious interior designer who:

  • Is passionate about working on educational projects and making a positive impact on society.
  • Thrives in a collaborative environment and is eager to work closely with our principal to bring visionary designs to life.
  • Has a hunger for learning and growth, and is ready to take on increased responsibility.
  • Is driven to push the boundaries of design and create spaces that inspire, engage, and transform.


  • Has 3+ years of experience, including experience working on institutional/educational projects
  • Knowledge of FF&E, furniture systems and specifications/tendering, colour and materials (in Education Design or Institutional work an asset)
  • Demonstrated proficiency in designing and detailing through all project phases;
  • Experience coordinating with project teams
  • Fluency with Revit and BIM software, 3D Rendering, Photoshop, InDesign and Microsoft Office
  • Strong working knowledge of Ontario Building Code, and relevant planning and code regulations
  • ARIDO licence, NCIDQ certification, LEED AP and WELL AP an asset
  • Clear and effective oral and written communication skills
  • Familiarity with local suppliers in the GTA
  • Flexibility and aptitude to handle multiple deadlines in a high energy work environment

Why Join Us:

  • Collaborate closely with our principal and take on increased responsibility as you grow in your career.
  • Join a dynamic team where creativity, passion, and ambition are celebrated.
  • Fun, friendly people, summer hours, beer Fridays, and lots of birthday cakes are some of the highlights of our open work culture.

If you’re ready to channel your ambition and creativity into creating spaces that make a difference, we want to hear from you! Join us in shaping the future of design and making an impact that lasts a lifetime.


Job Summary

Full Time, In Office Job Type

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