Meiloci are a growing Landscape Architectural practice based in Truro, Cornwall. We have a diverse portfolio of creative Landscape Architectural work and an exciting range of projects currently in the south west and wouth east of England.
We are looking for a creative Landscape Architect/Post Graduate Landscape Architect with technical experience and creative flair. We are looking for someone with excellent design, technical and communication skills and is enthusiastic, hardworking and passionate about developing their career with us.
Postgraduate qualification in Landscape Architecture with some experience in the workplace:
Experience of AutoCAD/ Vectorworks and the Adobe creative suite and experienceof the preparation of construction documents is essential; Knowledge of Sketch-Up/Cinema 4d or alternative 3d software is beneficial;
If you think you are the right person to join our team, please send a letter with your CV and a selected portfolio,by email to: email@example.com, (no greater than 10MB please), or by post to: Meiloci Landscape Architects, 67 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2PN.
We are delighted to have been appointed to work with AWW Architects on this exciting project, the new Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture (Cefas) headquarter building, located in Lowestoft.
Meiloci are pleased and excited to be annouced the lead interpretation designers for the "Command of the Heights", Fort Amherst, Chatham.
We are really proud that the planting is beginning to look amazing!
BIG thanks to the BIG 2 European Regional Development Fund, who have supported us with funding for new computers and software as part of their programme of 'Investing in sustainable business growth for Cornwall'.
This funding will help us improve our in house 3D modelling and graphics, and to develop new Buliding Information Modelling (BIM) capabilities...
We are loving our new iMacs.
We are thrilled to have had Helston Grylls Monument Public Realm shortlisted for the Civic Voice Design Awards 2017.
The awards recognise spaces that promote pride of place through community participation and engagement; High quality design and build; Innovation and creativity; and conservation or enhancement of the local historic built environment.
With thanks to Helston Town Council and Cormac construction.