fjcurban prepared three draft master plan options which help to depict the potential redevelopment opportunities within the project investigation area. Each option illustrates a potential urban renewal outcome for Blackwattle Bay based on feedback from key community stakeholders dating back to 2014, input from government agencies, and studies from a range of technical specialist consultants. The options were framed to explore alternative strategies across the range of urban design considerations.

The Blackwattle Bay State Significant Precinct Study outlines the proposed rezoning of the existing Sydney Fish Market site and three Private Land Owner sites. The precinct plan incorporates the Bank Street Park, new Sydney Fish Market and the waters of Blackwattle Bay.

The Acton Waterfront urban design framework acknowledges and respects the structure of the 1918 Griffin Plan, embodies the aspirations of the Griffin Legacy document and aligns with the primary initiatives of the National Capital Plan for West Basin. The framework balances built form and landscape.

fjcurban have developed an approach for Block H, Wentworth Point that inverts the traditional urban model. The built form is placed under, and carefully within, an enlarged public park. The approach employs the framing of the completed streets and blocks of Wentworth Point to create a negative space. A space that is not limited and private, but expansive and public.

Darling Quarter is a true integration of urban design, architecture and landscape architecture to create a new public place within the city. The project revitalises and reconnects the former Sega World site, which was an underperforming entertainment and retail venue, isolated from the CBD and the harbour foreshore. The development mediates the scale and intensity of the CBD with the open promenades and parklands of Darling Harbour and ‘knits’ these two precincts together.

The University of Adelaide Masterplan 2016 – 2035 provides an integrated strategy for the University’s built environment in support of its strategic objectives, institutional values and international tertiary sector conditions. The Masterplan responds to the physical environment, unique University of Adelaide context and international best practice for campus development. This document has been developed over an extensive period of engagement, assessment and review.

The reimagining of Entertainment Quarter Moore Park embraced the history and opportunities of the site and outlined a more legible and integrated urban structure that would allow movement through the precinct between park and sports facilities, residential areas and workplace, entertainment and community functions.

Liverpool's Civic building, lost to fire, prompted a transformative initiative at the southern end of the CBD. A new Civic Place includes a unique 21st-century library, Yellamundie, and Civic Building.

Norwest City: a vibrant and diverse fulcrum of private and public activity in Norwest.

Located close to the public transport hub of Chatswood Station and adjacent Victoria Avenue, Spring Quarter is an amalgamated site that brings significant public benefit opportunities to the heart of Willoughby. Spring Quarter is a new Chatswood place of landscape and pedestrian spaces woven into the fabric of the city centre. It is a place of diverse uses, centred around new employment space, with opportunities for gathering, collaboration, engagement and relaxation.

Parliament Square is located directly behind the Tasmanian State Parliament building on the rising topography of Sullivan’s Cove. Bounded by Murray, Davey Streets, and Salamanca Place, the site includes heritage buildings from the 1840’s through to the inter-war period of the 1930’s. The Parliament Square project removes invasive structures and opens the heart of the site to new public domain linking Salamanca Place to Murray Street.

The principles of equity of access, welcoming, sustainability and respect for place were key to the Fleming Park project with the desire to create a place to be enjoyed by the broader Brunswick Community. Utilising a combination of existing and new buildings surrounded by mature trees creates a place of community ownership.

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.