Creatives, unite.

Our M.O. is to bring people with different expertise, perspectives, and ways of thinking together to solve complex problems. Think you have what it takes to think with us? Check out our openings below.

Associate with us.

Our Associate Program creates unique opportunities for students and recent graduates to collaborate and innovate. Never tasked with food-fetching or coffee runs, Streetsense Associates are empowered to contribute meaningfully to our company and our clients. The program has two tracks — seasonal sessions and a summer intensive.


Learn more about our Associate Program

 

 

Streetsensibility.

Working here is fundamentally fun and challenging, complicated and invigorating. Our people are keepers that work hard, play lots, and think differently than most.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q:What drew you into working at Streetsense?

A: When I was selected to be a Summer Associate for edit lab at Streetsense in 2017, I was beyond excited to be working in a creative environment where many bustling restaurants originated from. After a life-changing summer, thanks to the designers I worked with, I knew there was no place I would rather be. A week after graduation, I packed my bags, moved to DC, and started working full time for Streetsense.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q: What do you do in your free time that inspires your work at Streetsense?

A:As designers, we are careful observers of the spaces we are in. Everywhere I go, I take the time to look around and really think — about the details, the aspects that are working or not working, and how people interact with spaces. From observations and past experiences, we can avoid a lot of mistakes, which makes future work that much better.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q: What are your goals when designing a space?

A: I strive to create thoughtful and usable spaces that evoke the feeling of comfort and curiosity. By curiosity, I think about spaces that I’ve been to where I asked myself, “What’s the story behind this?” I want people to think about the why and the how.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q: What topic, thought, or hobby is piquing your interest right now?

A: I’d love to start making ceramics, especially dinnerware and vases! Natural and handmade dinnerware options are stunning and enhance any meal.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q: What is your dream Streetsense project?

A:  I hope to one day work closely with a chef to properly share their story, to bring their vision and dream to life. I’ve always wanted to work on a restaurant project where I could not only be part of the interior design but the holistic design — incorporating aspects such as dinnerware selections and graphic design. The overall experience doesn’t rely solely on the interiors, it’s a major part of the story, but I believe the intimate objects allow customers to read between the lines — that’s really when memorable moments occur.

The Who
Featuring

Monica Medrano

Designer, Interior Architecture

Q: What elements define your personal design style?

A: I tend to seek out furniture or decor pieces that feel collected or curated. Many of these are handmade elements and fun knick-knacks found thrifting. I feel that pieces with an artist’s touch or worn feel really bring a space together with a cozy and welcoming touch.