Lifestyle Sector Design Leader, Interiors

San Francisco


A global, next-generation design firm is seeking a Lifestyle Sector Design Leader for their Interior Design Studio in San Francisco. Operating as one global practice of 850 professionals working across 17 offices in North America, Australia, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, the firm provides their clients access to an international knowledge base, while still benefiting from support and leadership provided by local studios. Their key sectors include: Lifestyle/Hospitality; Aviation & Transportation; Education; Science & Health; Civic & Events; Workplace; and Residential. The firm routinely competes for work with world-class architects and is consistently recognized for their award-winning projects.


The successful candidate will provide creative and innovative design leadership, along with the continued growth of the Lifestyle Interiors practice. In this role, you will apply exceptional hospitality-centered design thinking for a range of project typologies—from hotels and residential, to retail/mixed-use, and even airport and large assembly spaces—all supporting the delivery of compelling guest experiences.


The Lifestyle Sector Leader will also provide interior design services that are fully integrated with the architectural design, ensuring that collaboration is a key feature of the practice. The firm places a premium on leaders who are driven and excel in storytelling that engages both the client and the project team on design ideas and solutions.


Additional requirements: at least 15 years of experience designing complex, high-profile projects of all scales, of which 5 years are in a leadership role. Architectural license or NCIDQ required; LEED accreditation encouraged. The firm has a long-standing history in rewarding exceptional talent, and their forward thinking, entrepreneurial culture is a great place for the right individual to advance.


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