Interior Design

Sketch Recruitment has established a strong reputation by collaborating with top-tier interior design studios in London, contributing to a diverse range of nationwide and international projects. Our expertise encompasses successful placements within interior design studios, architectural practices, boutique developers, property development and investment companies and some client-side companies.

Active jobs

Senior Interior Designer - Hospitality x 2

Central London
London
£45,000 - £55,000
We have the privilege of collaborating with a renowned, design-focused, award-winning studio based in London

Middleweight Interior Designer - Residential and hospitality

West London
London
£30,000 - £45,000
A flourishing high-end design studio is on the lookout for a talented interior designer as they continue to expand their team.

Senior Interior Designer - prime residential/Real estate

South/West London and remote
London
£50,000 - £70,000
Emerging company offering prime projects with hybrid options

Hospitality Interior Designers - Middleweight FF&E, Middleweight and Junior

Central London
London
£26,000 - £40,000
Hospitality Interior Designers required

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Building New Horizons: Why Architecture & Design Practices should encourage sector transitions

The world of architecture and design is a dynamic realm, ever-evolving and driven by innovation. Traditionally, professionals in these fields have been deeply rooted in specific project sectors, such as residential, commercial, healthcare, education and more. However, the winds of change are blowing, and the industry is witnessing a growing trend, architects and designers are moving across different sectors. In this blog, we will delve into the reasons why architecture and design practices should actively encourage and support professionals in making sector transitions.