Be A Part Of Our Team!

Posted by Stephanie Hayward | December 18, 2018 | Culture


The Columbus Architectural Studio is looking for a talented Architectural designer to join our team. We are a collaborative studio that is built on client relationships, an “All-In” attitude, with an unconventional yet nimble design approach. As a member of our team, one would be fully vested in a variety of project types from the start to the project’s completion. Our talented team offers a flexible work environment and values our studio’s approach to go against the traditional industry norm.

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Bachelor or M.Arch from an accredited program, on track for licensure.
Proficiency in Revit and 3D visualization tools (such as SketchUp) as well as a working knowledge of AutoCAD
1-5 years experience


  • A comfortable, casual, and creative work environment
  • Flex-time
  • A competitive salary commensurate with experience
  • Full Benefits including Health, Vision, Dental, and Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401k company match
  • PTO and paid holidays
  • Free Garage Parking
  • Professional Testing reimbursement

Please send your resume and work samples to 

Stephanie Hayward
About The Author

Stephanie Hayward - Architecture

Stephanie began her architectural career in a Bowling Green, Ohio elementary school art room where she designed her first dream home out of foam core. She ultimately traveled to Columbus to hone her craft at Ohio State University where she received her Master of Architecture. After graduating she opted to stay in Columbus to practice architecture and share her talents with the community by promoting design awareness and advocating for women in architecture through her involvement in the AIA and The Center for Architecture and Design. She has also taught design studios at Ohio State and is a guest critic at reviews.

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