We would like to welcome our most recent employees Rebecca Thompson, Anna Lucas, Jack Richards, Ben Aston, Jess Webb and Lynsey Stott to the practice.
Hodder+Partners is an award winning architectural practice looking to recruit a talented, highly motivated and enthusiastic architect to strengthen our Manchester based team
The ideal candidate will be a recently qualified design focused architect with the required supporting technical skills, looking to take on more responsibility in a new role
Proficiency in MicroStation, SketchUp and InDesign preferred, but not essential
Excellent prospects for career development for the right candidate, with salary subject to experience
Hodder + Partners is an equal opportunities employer
Please apply in writing with illustrated CV, to:
SGI Studios, 1 Kelso Place, Manchester, M15 4LE
An exhibition of Hodder+Partners most notable projects is to be held at the CUBE Gallery.
Hodder+Partners can announce that plans for a new student accommodation scheme providing 140 studio bedrooms in Oxford has been granted approval.
Hodder+Partners are pleased to announce that the 37 storey student tower on the junction of Great Marlborough Street and New Wakefield Street has been handed over to Student Castle.
Ducie Court Block A has reached practical completion with student operator The Sanctuary Group taking possession of the building and accepting their first residents ahead of the forthcoming academic year.
Hodder+Partners are proud to announce that their Chairman Stephen Hodder has been named President Elect of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Hodder+Partners have won a limited competition for a 330 key hotel for a site opposite Piccadilly Station and the Grade II* listed Fire Station in Manchester.
Manchester City Council has approved Hodder + Partners’ proposed redevelopment of Richard Seifert’s 1965 Gateway House, next to Piccadilliy Station
Backed unanimously by councillors yesterday (22 December), the £35 million scheme for Realty Estates will see the landmark curved-office building converted into a 270-room hotel.