Adidas’ soon-to-open creative outpost, Brooklyn Farm, is looking to build a team of creators. The open source center that is set to help shape the creative direction across the entire sportswear brand and foster emerging design talent, hired veteran Nike footwear designers Denis Dekovic, Marc Dolce and Mark Miner back in 2014 to head the new design studio.
“The Brooklyn Creative Studio will be a small but essential operation aimed at exploring design direction for the brand,” Paul Gaudio, adidas Global Creative Director, said in a statement.
The office will officially open this fall and will hire around 10 permanent staff and another 30 to 40 rotating workers. Currently 11 positions are open on their website.
“The Brooklyn Farm is a place for creators to create,” adidas said in a statement. “The open source creation center is designed to help shape creative direction across the entire brand and grow and foster emerging design talent. At the ground level of creative culture, the Brooklyn Farm lets people take risks, have fun and experiment without limits.”