Cooper Robertson integrates architecture and urban design across all scales, from individual buildings to campuses and city districts. Founded in 1979, we are a dynamic and diverse mid-sized office that operates as a collective of architects working closely together to wed practicality and professional rigor with art and design. We are seeking a highly motivated designer who takes initiative and will excel in an atmosphere of exploration, collaboration, and design.
The firm’s work includes programming, planning, design of new buildings, adaptive reuse, and urban and campus planning. In addition, Cooper Robertson offers a range of opportunities to engage in pro-bono projects, office volunteer days, and internal design and research committees that inform and enrich our practice.
Acclaimed works by the firm include major cultural and educational buildings, exceptional residences and resorts, and large-scale urban redevelopments and campus master plans. Recent projects include the Whitney Museum of American Art, Studio Museum in Harlem, Drury University Business School, Princeton University Art Museum, George Washington University Master Plan, and Edible Academy in the New York... Botanical Garden.
Cooper Robertson is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to addressing racial and social justice in all that we do – as professionals, community members, and global citizens.