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Α&Μ Architects, is seeking talented digital artists to grow its visualization team. Candidates must possess the technical knowledge of industry standard visualization software and pipelines, as well as demonstrate a commitment to creativity, research, and innovation. With a passion for communicating design through computer graphics, artists will collaborate with project teams and visualization leaders to deliver sophisticated and compelling visuals.


  • Work closely with design teams to interpret their designs intent into compelling, high-quality, computer-generated images.
  • Modeling/Texturing/Lighting/Cameras/Rendering/Post-Production for architectural and interior design scenes.
  • Creative problem-solver with the ability to troubleshoot and optimize 3D scenes for production rendering pipeline.
  • Operate as the Lead 3D artist on stills, animation, and real-time projects.
  • Ability to execute high quality images under tight deadlines without sacrificing artistry or attention to detail.
  • Elevate our visualization pipeline through the exploration of new tools and technologies.


  • A degree in Architecture or Interior Design
  • 3+ years of experience in 3D design & visualization
  • Experience in international projects and proficient in English
  • Excellent knowledge of Autocad, 3D Studio Max, Corona for still images/animations/walkthroughs and post-production techniques (Premiere or After Effects)
  • Excellent knowledge of Adobe Photoshop


This is an in-house position; all candidates must be able to commute on location.

The company offers a competitive remuneration package, pleasant working environment, and career development prospects within the company. If the above conditions match your experience.

Submit your CV and your Portfolio (in .zip file, maximum volume 30MB) through our website: .

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