SKEW Collaborative is an architecture and research practice that started in 2006 in Shanghai, before expanding to Hong Kong and Singapore. The first conception of the practice began in New York City in 2000, vis-a-vis SKEW's inaugural exhibition at the Substation Gallery in Singapore. As the Chinese translation of SKEW, Pianjian 偏建 was conceived uniquely for a mode of practice in Shanghai, and later in Singapore. [+]
Through various professional, research and academic platforms, the leads of SKEW and Pianjian are committed to an inventive and culturally sensitive design practice. The leads are currently teaching at the University of Hong Kong and the National University of Singapore. They have previously taught at Columbia, Yale, Princeton, NYU and Pratt Institute. They have served in advisory positions at governmental agencies, think tanks and NGOs. [+]
SKEW Collaborative and Pianjian are looking to hire dynamic and creative designers with critical thinking skills in the Shanghai and Singapore offices. The design team is cosmopolitan in outlook, with an emphasis not only on design, but also on discourse, theory, and engagement with architecture and urbanism in expanded fields. Applicants should be skilled in modelling software, CAD, and Adobe. Our team is involved in all levels of design and construction, and welcome candidates that are able to communicate through drawing and verbal skills. [+]