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At Frederick Fisher and Partners, our mission is simple—improve life through architecture. Known for cultivating and enriching living, learning, and working spaces for some of the world’s most prestigious educational, cultural, and civic institutions, we have committed our practice to enhancing the passion and energy of communities and organizations of all kinds. Guided by four pillars—Process, Context, Function, and Aesthetics—FF&P engages in our design work thoughtfully and thoroughly. While our architecture reflects the rich variety of the clients and communities we serve, our ethos emphasizes clean elegance, domesticity, and delight. In everything we create, we strive to integrate innovation and collaboration, beauty and authenticity, buildability and sustainability, and a broad cultural perspective. Our diverse, award-winning projects share a common approach of connecting people to their environments and each other.

In addition to competitive salaries, benefits, 401K options, and paid vacation time, FF&P prides itself on its special office culture. We are a team that truly cares about our work and each other, and we value inclusion, respect, and camaraderie. While we strive for cohesion across our LA and New York studios, we also believe everyone’s voice matters. Lifelong learning is a priority, and we encourage our talented staff to share their knowledge and interests.

You are among the best and the brightest—but not in the conventional sense. Although a passion for design and expertise in architectural practice is a must, you are also full of new ideas, are eager to try new things, you are adaptable and flexible, and you take initiative.

– Taking a leadership role in developing design, preparing a drawing set, design team coordination, and producing deliverables throughout the design process.
– Assisting and/or leading project management efforts on projects.
– Guiding and mentoring junior team members.
– Assisting in the construction process—answering RFIs, reviewing submittals, solving construction- related issues and field problems.
– Consultant coordination, including drawings review and design integration.

– Experience with all aspects of professional services from schematic design through project close- out, including design and technical expertise.
– 7-10 years architectural experience, minimum.
– A Bachelor or Master of Architecture from an accredited institution.
– Architecture Licensure and LEED accreditation preferred, but not required.
– Experience in building-making: building codes, structural and MEP systems, FF&E, construction techniques and detailing.
– A comprehensive understanding of project coordination and the related requirements for all design disciplines to support project design, goals, and requirements, code compliance, jurisdictional reviews, and obtaining permits.
– Facility using Revit as a design and coordination tool.
– Expert in Revit and proficient with AutoCAD, Sketch Up, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and MS Office.
– Strong graphic, oral, and written communications skills.
– Excellent work ethic and can perform without constant supervision.
– Problem-solver who can anticipate needs, help make decisions, and who enjoys working collaboratively with others.

– Casual work environment
– Flex time hours and half-day Fridays
– Medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD coverage
– 401(k)

Please submit a single PDF including cover letter, resume and samples of work (both academic and professional) to with the subject heading “Project Architect—Los Angeles”. File size must not exceed 5MB.

Due to the high volume of resumes we receive; we are only able to respond to those applicants we are interested in interviewing.