Elicyon has an experienced, highly qualified and dynamic team of Interior Designers, Architects, Technicans and Project Managers specialising in multiple aspects of design.




The Designer is to have the capability and design vision required to independently run small to medium size projects, from concept through to completion, with limited supervision from a Senior Designer / Design Associate / Director. The Designer must also be able to work as part of a team to deliver large complex projects.

The Designer must be able to quickly and easily understand a client brief and have the ability to produce immaculate design presentations and visually communicate their ideas. This would involve creating presentations and mood boards in InDesign, drawing elevations and floor plans in AutoCAD and rendering them in Photoshop as well as creating visuals either in Sketch-Up or by hand.

The Designer is to be able to independently run the full procurement process,includingplacingorders with suppliers, manage FF&E budgets, track items and ensure that they arrive to site on time.



To manage, guide and mentor junior members of the team and assist in the development of their design skills.


To run projects with oversight of SeniorDesigner/DesignAssociate and manage all associated documentation such as presentation, schedules, digital filing and physical material palettes etc.


To have the strong work ethic and commitment required to run luxury interior design projects to the highest quality.


To have an outstanding creative eye for design, to understand and embrace Elicyon’s style and design ethos and to stylistically and practically run projects on this basis.


To have excellent communications kills and professionally and confidently be able to liaise with suppliers, and, as needed, clients, on behalf of Elicyon.


To take responsibility for project deadlines being met and manage projects in an organized and structured manner with oversight from Senior Designer / Design Associate.


To have an excellent attention to detail, an ability to self-review and produce error free,high caliber design work and presentations.


To have a solutions-based approach and an ability to resolve issues quickly and efficiently.

FF&E Procurement

To have a track record of setting and successfully managing FF&E budgets.

Bespoke Design

To have the ability to design innovative bespoke luxury furniture and joinery.To have the technical and creative skills and confidence to communicate them to both clients and manufacturers.


To have a non-egotistical and hands-on approach.

Supplier Relationships

To have a network of relevant suppliers & manufacturers and good product knowledge.


To be fluentin InDesign,Photoshop,AutoCAD,Esti-PC and Microsoft OfficeSuite. Sketch-up is useful but not essential.


  • Passionate
  • Ambitious
  • Resilient
  • Collaborative
  • Compassion

Qualifications & Experience:

To have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Interior Design or Interior Architecture.

To have a minimum of 3years’experience in Luxury Interior Design.

Project Manager


Reporting to the Projects Director, the Project Manager is to oversee and manage the day to day delivery of Elicyon Construction, Refurbishment & FF&E / Decoration Project’s.

With the Directors and Associates the Project Manager is to oversee and coordinate Elicyon’s in house Design and Architectural teams to ensure the smooth delivery of projects.

The Project Manager will be a stakeholder in team resourcing to ensure project deadlines are consistently met.

The Project Manager is responsible for the tendering process, appointment of the consultant team and project supply chain.

The Project Manager will successfully manage the client, consultant team and suppliers/sub-contractor relationships with limited or no supervision.

With the Support of the Project Architects the Project Manager will manage the obtaining of all statutory approvals.

The Project Manager will lead contract administration and monthly client reporting.

The Project Manager is to monitor and deliver projects to the agreed contract programme and budget.

Assist the Projects Director with the preparation of new business proposals, commercial tracking and business operations.

The Project Manager will manage and ensure team adherence to the Elicyon Project Guide

Key Competencies:


To be able to drive and inspire internal/external teams.


To have sole responsibility for monitoring and tracking the complete lifecycle of the project from concept through to handover.


To have a strong work ethic and commitment required to deliver outstanding luxury interior design projects to the highest quality within a dynamic environment.


To have the ability to lead client, consultant and contractor communications.


To be responsible for project deadlines being met and that projects are run in an organized and structured manner. Oversee the production of architectural and design information.

Quality Control

To have a strong understanding of luxury design and the standards required to achieve high execution levels.

Problem Solving

Identify risk factors and tackle with a solution-based approach.

Contract Administration

Strong knowledge of JCT contract administration procedures and building contracts. Understand Elicyon’s commercial requirements to deliver projects.


Have a good understanding of RIBA Design stages, drawing packages and FF&E procurement. Strong knowledge on buildability and construction methods.


To have a non-egotistical and hands-on approach.

Software Skills

To be fluent in Microsoft Projects, Excel and Microsoft Office Suite.


Strong knowledge of UK building regulations and H&S legislation.

Core Values:

  1. Passionate
  2. Ambitious
  3. Resilient
  4. Collaborative
  5. Compassionate

Qualifications & Experience:

  • RICS Accredited degree in Construction management or Quantity Surveying
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in delivering luxury interior design projects with construction values ranging from £500k - £10m. International project experience is an added bonus.
  • Minimum of two projects completed in London through all RIBA stages acting as sole Project Manager responsible for successful delivery.

Perks and Rewards


Flexible Hours

You can flex your 8-hour working day around the core hours of 10 am to 5 pm, allowing for earlier or later starts to suit your travel, childcare, or lifestyle needs. Early birds can do an 8 am to 5 pm day (with an hour’s lunch break) or if you aren’t a morning person or want to have family time in the morning, you can do a 10 am to 7 pm day.

Flexible combo of Studio and Working from Home

We believe in a Studio-centric culture as our baseline. We believe that it enables us to design, collaborate and learn together most effectively. We do also see the merits in a combination of Studio and WFH. We currently operate a 3-2 hybrid, and foresee a gradual increase to 4 days in the Studio over time. We plan to maintain a minimum of 1 day working from home for the foreseeable.

Annual Bonus

We operate an annual bonus scheme. We believe our team should be rewarded for doing a great job and contributing to the Studio's success. Whether to award a bonus and, if so, the amount, is decided by the company, in its discretion taking into account factors such as the company's performance in the year and the employee's performance against their objectives. Objectives are agreed and set by each employee and their line manager at the Annual Reviews each

October. If due, the bonus is normally paid in November and May in two halves.

Pension Scheme

We encourage our team to save for their future and contribute over the minimum requirement. The minimum requirement from April 2019 is for an employee to contribute 4% and employer 3%, however, if you increase your contribution to 6%, we will increase ours from 3% and contribute 4%. We also allow the option to contribute your gross bonus towards your pension saving.

Mental wellbeing

We believe that looking after your mental health is as important as physical. We provide free access to a virtual therapist and counseling platform called Spill, which allows team members to use as and when they like. Access is kept confidential from any other team member; it is purely between the individual and the member of the Spill team.

Physical wellbeing = on site gym

We pay for a complimentary membership to the on-site gym for employees. It’s a fully equipped Nuffield Health gym with classes and fitness induction - located just a stone’s throw from The Studio in Kensington village.

Regular Team Bonding

We like celebrating things and going out together as a team - past years events have included a miniature golf tournament, our annual staff picnic and 'sports day', celebratory lunches on project completions, drinks and payday prosecco on the last Friday of each month. Throughout lockdown, we kept in touch with virtual quizzes and Patty & Bun burger making evenings!

Summer Fridays

To make the most of the English summer, we end the week early at 4.30 pm on Fridays in the Summer months of June, July and August.

Christmas Closure

Teamwide downtime! Subject to project workload, we close every year from Christmas to the first working day in the new year. This is in addition to your annual holiday allowance and averages to three to four days per year - call it our Christmas present to you!

The longer you stay, the more you can Holiday!

When you have a 21-day holiday allowance, once you have completed 2 years with us, you get 1 further day of holiday for each year completed, up to a total of 4 further days.

A trip to Paris on your 5th Anniversary

We are proud to have several team members who have been at Elicyon for 5 years or more. When (not if!) you get to that milestone, we will treat you to a trip to Paris. Two Eurostar tickets and two nights in a hotel for two during the week, with a couple of extra days of holiday thrown in for good measure to cover your time away!