TERROIR is a collective of architects and urbanists dedicated to producing work that increases the connection between people and the places they inhabit.
With offices in Australia and Denmark, TERROIR engages in the world from opposite corners of it, bringing breadth and depth of experience and multiple perspectives on the fragility of our world and the need to care for it. TERROIR is a statement about the honour of being invited by others to work in their territory and the importance of seriously assessing if one can make a contribution before accepting. It is a responsibility to be working in different places, and to do so cannot be considered an inevitable right bestowed by a globalised economy. We demand of ourselves and our clients that every commission creates a lasting social, economic and environmental impact specific to that place and which transcends the project itself.
Our Australian projects are situated on Aboriginal land, or Country – a constellation of territories that were never ceded. The kinship systems connected to Country are complex and overlapping and so do not always overlap neatly with specific project locations. We therefore acknowledge collectively the Bunnerong, Dharug, D’harawal, Eora, Gai-maragal, Gundungara, kriwalayti, nipaluna, pataway, trumanyapayna, turikina truwala and Wann nation groups and kinship systems on whose Country we have worked. Their continuing custodianship of the land and generous leadership is a critical part of our future.
The Sydney office needs a Senior Urban Designers to lead projects from our portfolio of strategic work for Government and large private clients.
Applicants must have a deep ethical drive for equity and diversity in our cities and the analytical and synthetic skills to make persuasive arguments for positive outcomes.
Both the Sydney and Hobart offices require Project Architects of minimum 5 years experience to work on a range of projects in different stages of design and procurement. In all cases, the projects are public and are motivated by high cultural and environmental ambitions. Applicants must have a strong foundation of disciplinary knowledge and a fascination for innovative detailing. REVIT not essential but preferred.> MORE DETAILS > APPLY
The Hobart Office is looking for a Senior Interior designer to lead a range of stand alone projects and/or contribute to interiors of current building in design and production.
The applicant is expected to have considerable industry experience including the completion of projects, and a strong foundation of disciplinary knowledge and a fascination for innovative detailing.
Nominated Architect: Gerard Reinmuth 6629
Nominated Architect: Scott Balmforth CC1041T