Bunjil Place is an example of a new form of community and civic building.

SubStation No.164 is a 7,867 sqm boutique office tower that incorporates the restoration and refurbishments of the 100+ year old heritage listed Shelley Warehouse and the adjoining former Electrical Substation, with a unique new seven level sculptural glass extension to create an iconic new silhouette on Sydney’s skyline.

200 George Street, designed by fjmt: A tower of wood

Located in the heart of Sydney, the ANZ tower successfully balances urbanism and sustainability considerations with commercial requirements to create a rich and considered architectural expression.

The Salamanca building is the first stage of Hobart’s Parliament Square redevelopment for the Tasmanian Government. It provides a new workplace for government agencies, Department of Premier & Cabinet, public parliamentary committee rooms and a new connection to the historic Parliament House, respecting and reinforcing its importance.

The new UTS Central building represents a character that is uniquely UTS, and respects and responds to the urban context of the existing Campus infrastructure and the Broadway streetscape.

Acting as an egalitarian space which engages with all user groups, the building provides spaces for self-paced learning, research, collaboration, support and help desk functions to create a positive learning space for all students.

Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, designed by architects fjmt: A law school as an open door and Urban Window.

The Harrington Collection is a mixed used development that has a clear relationship with the context of surrounding buildings and heritage streetscapes.

Wonderland: A contemporary beauty with a sculptural twist designed by fjmt

Ovo, designed by fjmt: A sculptural and emblematic landmark for Green Square

fjcstudio acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres  Strait Islander peoples, the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work.

We recognise their continuing connection to Country and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

We extend this acknowledgement to Indigenous People globally, recognising their human rights and freedoms as articulated in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.