It begins with us. In order to build client connections and to optimize spatial design, we must actively contribute to an office culture that welcomes all perspectives based on kindness. We value a safe and welcoming work environment while striving for a truly collaborative design studio.

Miami, Florida

Junior Interior Designer

Company Preview: One of Interior Design’s top 100 Giants, MKDA was established in 1959, an award-winning architectural and design firm headquartered in New York City with offices in Florida, DC and Connecticut. Driven by our designs and proven by our partnerships with our clients, people enjoy working with us because while we take our work and project outcomes seriously, we value the power of relationships and not taking ourselves too seriously.Our local team hail from larger shops, or academia, bringing with them an expansive knowledge and vision alongside MKDA’s innate entrepreneurial drive and passion for delivering individualized attention, highly attuned and tailored design solutions, strong work ethic, and management of budgets and schedules.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for working on a variety of design assignments from multiple sources at all sizes and levels of complexity from start to completion.

If you’d like to be part of our creative and dynamic team, please visit our career page and apply with your cover letter, resume and portfolio in PDF format to with “Junior Interior Designer – Miami” in the subject line.

MKDA is an equal opportunity employer.


– Space planning
-Attending meetings and managing client expectations
-Coordinating with outside consultants and vendors
-Participating in programming, visioning and site assessment tasks.
-Working on multiple projects of all sizes and complexities within set deadlines
-Creating renderings, selecting finish schemes and putting together client presentations

-Bachelors or Master’s degree in Interior Design.
-Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, Sketch-Up, and 3D Rendering, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Microsoft Office
-Experience with creating and understanding project documentation, including Design Development
-Good understanding of interior finishes, materials, furniture, lighting, fixtures, and FF&E schedules and budgets
-Proficiency in millwork detailing and specifications and reviewing shop drawings
-Basic Knowledge of current building codes including ADA requirements
-Ability to work well with clients, vendors, and construction managers, and be able to take direction from Senior and Intermediate Designers
-Excellent presentation skills and strong communication skills
-Must currently reside in the Miami area or be willing to relocate.