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LlabresTabony Architects have a planetary commitment with the environmental challenges the humanity is facing today stressing the need for cultural identity and the sense of place. Each project is conceived as a dynamic complex system, where the architecture of the building is an extension of the synergies occurring during the building life across different scales. The practice has developed an unique design methodology based on using the latest technology to read the environment, visualize the invisible and merge it with the context and the identity of the place. A tacit and intuitive engagement with technology that allows for the humanization of technique, a symbiosis between man and machine used to sculpt delicately the spaces, keeping the proportions and the equilibrium of the material distribution. Each project has a tailored design team carefully established with a rich range of expertise from Architecture to Ecology, Social Sciences, Engineering, Art and Programming.

LlabresTabony Architects is a London based multidisciplinary design company specialised in the fields of industrial design, architecture, engineering, urbanism, geography, ecology and landscape architecture. The ethos of the practice relies in its capacity bridge across the different disciplinary niches operating in the built environment.

The practice was founded by partners Enriqueta Llabres and Aiman Tabony in 2017, bringing together more than 20 years of experience in design development and execution of a wide range of high quality building typologies and more than 10 years of experience in developing cutting edge design methodologies, experimental projects and prestigious research and innovation awards.

LlabresTabony Architects develops projects embedded in the larger environmental systems, the layered modeling of these dynamics brings dynamism and inclusivity to the rich variety of spaces in the project. The main goal is to expand the limits of what identity means and evoke an active participation of all living and non living systems involved in the project.

Aiman Tabony Partner // Co-founder

Aiman Tabony is a researcher and the second generation architect in Dr Tabony Architects. An architecture and engineering office founded in Nazareth in the 1960s by his father. Following the footsteps of his father the architect and engineer Dr. Mahmoud Tabony; Aiman, together with his brother the engineer Ashraf Tabony leads the studio since Mahmoud’s passing. During the last two decades, Aiman has been the leading architectural agenda of the practice, building an extensive curriculum in the design of public buildings. From XXX to XXX Aiman was teaching in the Teknion, as member of the computational design group. Aiman moved to London in 2014 to continue developing his curriculum in architecture, computation and ecology as a PhD researcher at the Architectural Association in London. He develops his Thesis under the supervision of Dr. Michael Weinstock; founder and leader of the design research group Emergent Technologies EmTech at the Architectural Association, London. His research concentrates on the implementation of computational methods for design and fabrication of ecological architecture and urban design. Departing from the city understood as a dynamic complex system his work focuses on the development of dynamic system models for cities and how the development of these systems influences the architectural discourse at the scale of the urban block.

Enriqueta Llabres-Valls Partner // Co-founder

Enriqueta Llabres-Valls is an architect graduated in UPC Barcelona with a master in Local Economic Development by the London School of Economics. She founded in London 2009 the experimental research based practice Relational Urbanism. She won the Arup Global Challenge in 2012 developing two Relational Urban Models one for Baishizhou in China and one for Santos in Brazil. Among Relational Urbanism awards and achievements are Seosomun Park, Third Prize in South Korea and the First Prize Le Fanu Skate and Play Park in Dublin. Enriqueta Llabres took over the Associative Urbanism program in The Berlage Institute in The Netherlands between 2010-2011 and 2012-2013. Between 2010 and 2015 Enriqueta Llabres taught in the Department of Landscape Architecture in Harvard Graduate School of Design. Since 2012 Enriqueta Llabres has been leading with Zach Fluker the Urban Design Research Cluster 18, Fab&Media Urbanism in the Bartlett BPro Program, University College London. Relational Urbanism research and contribution to the field of architecture and urban design has been published worldwide, its legacy and experimental work continues under the umbrella of LlabresTabony Architects as Relational Urbanism Lab.

LlabresTabony Architects and Relational Urbanism offers a wide range of experiences. Our team invests and is keen on being up to date in the state of art of design technologies. From site analysis, gis technologies, computer vision, visualization, fabrication and digital design. This goes hand in hand with the development of tacit design methods such as hand drawing, collages and media design.

This creative environment would not be possible without an excellent management and finance team that guarantees the stability to the practice and the reliability of the office in delivering complex projects. The state of the art in the latest management methods allows the practice to engage in international projects and collaborate with companies across the world.

LlabresTabony Architects/Relational Urbanism is challenging, vibrant and full of energy while we care about the wellbeing and quality of life of our design team. Innovation and cutting edge design goes hand in hand with happiness ad good quality of life. LlabresTabony Architects has offices in London, Amman, Bucarest and Nazareth.

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter together with your portfolio and CV in one single PDF (Max. 5Mb) to jobs@llabrestabonyarchitects.com Please specify the location of the internship: London, Amman, Bucarest or Nazareth and the position/positions your skill set fits in:

Internships

We accept internships for a period no shorter than 4 months and no longer than 6 months. The students applying for an internship should be part of an institutional program and the internship should be officially credited as part of their career development.

Project Architect
  • -Bachelor’s degree or above in Architecture.
  • -At least 5 years of experience in global leading architecture firms or architectural design institutes.
  • -At least 3 years of experience in team leadership.
  • -At least 3 years of experience in site supervision.
  • -Rhino, grasshopper, Revit, Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite.
Architectural Assistant
  • -Bachelor’s degree or above in Architecture.
  • -At least 3 years of experience in global leading architecture firms or architectural design institutes.
  • -Rhino, grasshopper, Adobe Creative Suite, Keyshot, 3DMax
Architectural Assistant for Design and Interaction
  • -Bachelor’s degree or above in Architecture.
  • -No previous experience required
  • -Master in Architecture required
  • -Rhino, grasshopper, Adobe Creative Suite, Eyeshot, 3DMax, Arduino, Processing and Unity.
Architectural Assistant for Digital Design and Manufacture
  • -Bachelor’s degree or above in Architecture.
  • -Experience and or degree in industrial design.
  • -No previous experience required
  • -Master in Architecture required
  • -Experience in digital manufacture
  • -Rhino, grasshopper
Computational Design
  • -Bachelor’s degree or above in Architecture.
  • -Experience and or degree in computation programming.
  • -No previous experience required
  • -Master in Architecture required.
  • -Experience in creative coding, interface design, app design and data artist and visualization.
  • -Rhino, grasshopper, processing, python, javaScript, css, html and object oriented programming.
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