Full time Architect 

PILA is seeking a motivated Architect with 3+ years of experience to join its Athens office.

PILA is an architecture studio with a wide portfolio of local and international projects. Currently, we are working on two residential projects in Athens, the redesign of the facade of Piraeus tower and a mixed use urban regeneration project in Paris, among others. Our work environment is dynamic with significant development prospects, ambition and high work morale are highly encouraged.

We are looking for a skilled and experienced architect that will work independently and in collaboration in conceptual, design and technical phases of projects.The successful candidate will design and produce drawings, convey architectural concepts, create renderings, build presentations and working models and coordinate with engineers and consultants.


  • Experience in all project phases is preferred.
  • Maintain the ability to work flexibly in a demanding environment.
  • Strong communication skills, with regard to client presentations, meeting organization and preparation.
  • Experience in construction documentation and administration
  • Physical modeling skills required, including digital fabrication
  • Experience in internationally recognized offices is preferred
  • Flexible and proactive approach
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Excellent skills with design and documentation software such as Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) AutoCAD, Rhino, Enscape, Grasshopper are required


  • Master’s Degree in Architecture
  • 3+ years of experience in an architectural design office
  • Fluency in English

Application process

Please email your application to: [email protected]

Please include “Architect Application” in  the subject line and your availability in the body of the email. Send a combined resume and portfolio 15 mb max.

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