3D Designer / Visualiser, Studio INI

  •  London
  •  Paid (£25k-30k)
  •  Full time
  •  Closes September 20, 2019
  •  info@studioini.org


Studio INI is looking for a creative 3D Designer and Visualiser to join its growing studio in Central London. Working at the forefront of experimental design methodologies and cutting edge manufacturing technologies, Studio INI explores the intersection of digital design’s impact and influence on the material world through ambitious and exciting large-scale interactive installations.

Successful candidates will contribute to the conceptualisation and communication of its upcoming large-scale design projects and installations in London and across the globe. Ideal candidates will need to be effective communicators working in a team of highly creative and technical designers.

We are looking to expand our team for the requirements of our full pipeline of projects. Potential upcoming projects are on an international basis, amongst which are: Salone del Mobile / Milan Design Week, Design Indaba, Science Museum of Virginia. Studio INI is represented by Pace Gallery, PACE X division.

More information can be found on our website here: nassia-inglessis.com          

Core Responsibilities

  1. To be able to quickly sketch ideas and effectively communicate concepts with a mixed creative and technical team

  2. Fluent in using creative 3D CAD platforms such as (C4D, Maya, Blender etc)

  3. Fluent in using 3D renderers such as C4D and Redshift or other, to create both photorealistic and stylised renders

  4. Fluent in Adobe suite to be able to quickly create assets for pitches and presentations to clients

  5. Experience using Unity for interactive digital prototypes is a BONUS

  6. Experience working with Grasshopper and creating animations of computational patterns, will work as a bonus. 

Positions are open to an immediate start and offered as freelance, part-time or full-time roles. Please follow the link below for the detailed Job Description and application guidelines: 


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