AIA Fort Worth Job Board

Posted 2-18-2021

Senior Designer for National Medal of Honor Museum

Employer: Rafael Viñoly Architects


Location: Arlington, TX, US

Type: Full-time

Salary: Salary commensurate with experience

AIA Member: Rafael Vinoly, Jay Bargmann, Andrea Lamberti, etc.

Job Description:

Rafael Viñoly Architects seeks to hire an architect with a minimum of 15 years of experience, preferably in the design and construction of museums. The selected architect will work from a site office as part of a team that represents Rafael Viñoly Architects during the construction phase of a signature museum in Arlington, Texas. Construction of the museum is scheduled to start in late summer to early fall of 2021 and is projected to open in 2024. 

Please submit your resume and representative samples of your work via email to with National Medal of Honor Museum in the subject line.

Company Description

Rafael Viñoly Architects ( was founded in New York in 1983, and has since become known internationally for its architectural and planning projects around the globe. The firm maintains headquarters in New York with branch offices in London in the United Kingdom; Cupertino in California; and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The unusually diverse work the firm has completed includes award-winning courthouses, museums, performing arts centers, convention centers, athletic facilities, banks, hotels, hospitals, laboratories, recreational venues, residential complexes, and commercial, industrial and educational facilities. Projects range in scale from laboratory casework to large urban commercial and institutional master plans. The firm has also completed several projects involving the restoration and expansion of buildings of significant historical and architectural value.

The practice’s atelier design intelligence coupled with the capabilities of a large, multi-disciplinary firm produces appropriate, creative responses to program requirements. Intensive research and informed evaluation lead to a variety of design and technical alternatives. These innovations and refinements often result in buildings that function measurably beyond client expectations.