We offer a collaboration for a minimum period of 6 months.
Please send your CV, portfolio and cover letter to [email protected] with object specification “Architecture Intern”.

Role Mission: 

– student or graduate in Architecture
– support a project team to prepare written and graphic materials
– focus on product/furniture/lighting designs
– capability to translate the project briefings into strong concept designs
– developing of the different stages of product design, from research and sketching to technical specifications,
photorealistic renderings, presentations and prototype revisions
– assistance in design, drafting and drawing in 2D + 3D, sketching
– available for any other task such as making models, product research, making drawings, 3D representations and brochures for projects;
– making 3d models
– creative and technical input in creating design object and collections for international companies
– working on several projects at the same time

Key requirement:

– excellent design and sketching skills
– excellent computer skills – 3DStudio Max, AutoCad 2D e 3D, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign
– experience in furniture and lighting design is appreciated
– preferably some work experience from earlier internships
– both team player and able to work independent
– building site experience is appreciated
– ability to keep deadlines
– motivated person with different and multicultural interests
– active, flexible, adaptable, hard-worker
– excellent knowledge of Italian and English languages is a must (written and spoken)


sistemazione taverna esistente

Il progetto prevede la sistemazione della taverna esistente con la possibilita’ di creare un ambiente adibito a zona notte; il rifacimento e conseguente riposizionamento del camino e’ la parte centrale del progetto, infatti l’elemento camino e’ stato pensato come “quinta” che taglia lo spazio della nuova taverna e degli ambienti ricavati.

d.025 interior design renovation – Nembro (BG)
The project concerns the renovation of an existing tavern so to have the possibility to derive also a space as sleeping area. The main part of the project is the rebuilding and consequent repositioning of the fire-place ; in fact the fire-place element was thought to be the “fifth” so to divide the space inside the tarvern as to the new sleeping area.