K-Studio is seeking experienced Architect (with 3+ years experience) to join our studio in Athens.  The ideal candidates should have great communication skills, strong design sensibilities. Experience in all stages of a project, from concept to construction is a plus.

We are a creative studio of architects and interior designers based in central Athens. Over the years we have grown and evolved into a dynamic team of talented creatives that share a passion for authentic and holistic design and a united goal to grow and learn at every opportunity.

As we continue to accumulate experience and expand our knowledge and understanding across the wide variety of typologies and scales we work with, it’s vital that this growth in our design abilities also translates into a more effective structure and a more harmonious flow in the daily life of the studio.

Our contextual approach produces unique and immersive experiences through Architecture, Interior and Hardscape Design, allowing us to achieve a holistic sense of experience across the range of spatial qualities within every project.



Minimum three years professional experience
Degree in Architecture (5 years) – Masters is a plus
High level proficiency in Rhino and Adobe Creative Suite
Proficiency in English

Experience in the following a plus

NOK and planning procedures
All stages of design & construction
Construction Documentation and Construction Support (on-site)
A range of project scales, from master planning to interior design
Residential & hospitality projects


How to apply:

Email: employment@k-studio.gr

Subject: Architect

Curriculum Vitae 

Cover Letter: Outlining your professional experience and qualifications and how it aligns with job requirements

Portfolio: Built & Academic Work in a pdf under 10 Mb.  (Wetransfer links will not be reviewed.)

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