London Studio

Ab Rogers Design

Lime Wharf, Vyner Street
London E2 9DJ
T: +44 (0)207 682 5020



Part II Architectural Assistants / Interior Designers

Ab Rogers Design is looking for experienced Part II Architectural Assistants / Interior Designers to join a friendly, dynamic, multi-disciplinary design team in an exciting working environment. Our pre-requisites are talent, a keen eye for detail and a passion for your work.

Skills and experience required:

  • Minimum one to two years post Part II (or equivalent) experience. Designers with two to three years experience in interiors also welcomed.
  • Good knowledge of Vectorworks 2D and 3D, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign essential
  • Rhino 3D and Sketch-up advantageous
  • Hand sketching skills welcomed
  • Ability to work well in a high pressure environment and meet demanding deadlines
  • Ability to track changes, receive and issue information and seek approvals with initiative and attention to detail
  • Ability to work well as part of a team, assisting others in meeting their project needs and deadlines
  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with clients and suppliers (fluency in written and spoken English is expected)
  • Unique vision and flair for design and innovation
  • Confident, organised, intelligent and proactive approach

Full time position starting as soon as possible. Salary dependant on experience.

Please send your CV, examples of work, a covering letter and available start date to

Personal Assistant / Research Assistant to the Creative Director

Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Role: Personal Assistant / Research Assistant to the Creative Director of an international design studio with offices in London and Lisbon

The Creative Director is based in Lisbon, travelling to the UK regularly to work with his London studio. The role will involve some coordination with the designers + team in London and possibly some travel back and forth. For the right person this role will give access to a creative, inspiring and supportive atmosphere with focus on design, food, culture.

Note from the Creative Director:
This role is essentially to support me in my dual role as Creative Director of ARD and Director of DRU+ – our research and development wing. It is a research, writing, communications and admin-based role as described below but more than that it is about shadowing me, supporting me with my neurodiversity and helping me to create world class communication with speed and joy. It involves immersing yourself in an exciting, dynamic world of creative, inspiring minds – artists, makers, architects, doctors, designers, curators and on and on. I am looking for someone who can become an ambassador for both ARD and DRU+, someone who is quick, curious, enthusiastic, dedicated and looking for a job full of fun, variety and endless discovery.

This is a split role with two main parts:
Administrative / Personal Assistant which will require:

• Drafting of emails and all communication
• Diary management and arrangement/organization of appointments and meetings (also coordinating with the London office)
• Dictation and completion of forms and clerical documentation
• Minuting of meetings
• To complete errands and co-ordinate couriers, sending and receipt of parcels
• Co-ordination of all travel including flights and hotels, and booking of restaurants

Research Assistant which will require:

• Writing and editing concept proposals
• Conducting and presenting research for projects across both ARD and the DRU+

The candidate should have a fast and accurate typing speed and be a confident and accomplished writer and communicator, able to manage external communications with clients and produce polished written work.
They should be organized, proactive, flexible and quick to take initiative.
They should have an active interest in culture, arts and design and take an interest in the Studio’s work.
They should be familiar with Microsoft Office and Adobe suite, able to edit documents and put together simple presentations using InDesign and Acrobat, as well as spreadsheets timetables and itineraries.
They should be fully comfortable with technology, happy to manage Microsoft 365 apps, conference software (zoom, teams, google meet) and any other mainstream office software.

Our preference is for candidates with English as a first language, and some knowledge of Portuguese would be beneficial.

Working hours are flexible and open to discussion.

Please submit applications to