When GS Magazine was first launched in 1997 it was distributed to a readership of 10,000 individuals. Most of them were hospitality operators and owners, hotels, bars, clubs, pubs and restaurants. The idea was to appeal to them by featuring new and exciting hospitality interiors. Of course, these interiors were designed by interior designers and either built or reconfigured by architects.
It would be rare to find an architectural practice with a portfolio including hotels, but things have changed dramatically over the past two decades. Now, if you search the websites of Britain’s architects you’ll invariably find a section that includes their leisure and hospitality projects. Hospitality is big business for architects. With the growth of this sector comes the need for more specialist architects who understand how hotels and restaurants need to be designed and built to be successful businesses.
Good architects are hard to find and that is why this new website has a dedicated Job search section for architecture jobs and architecture jobs UK. Here, practices can advertise for specialists in hospitality architecture under the headings of either architecture jobs – which could include positions overseas – or architecture jobs UK. Why not give it a go? Alternatively, if you’re a young architect with hospitality experience looking to take the next step in your career, simply upload your CV and wait to see which of the architecture jobs advertisers make contact.