With this transformation and extension of two heritage buildings we have developed a concept of suspension, contrast and complement that challenges the established heritage adaptation paradigm; a light ‘anti-extension’ that floats respectfully above the articulated weight of heritage. Workplace, retail and cultural/events uses are woven within new and old fabric. Health and sustainability are central and integral to the design: 100% fresh air 100% green power, 90% recycling rate and a 24% reduction in embodied carbon.

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.

A vibrant new riverfront with a global-standard business and leisure precinct, increased public space and a transformed riverwalk reinforces Brisbane’s position as a New World City. The development of Waterfront Brisbane with its two elevated workplace towers poised above a layered podium - housing bustling retail, waterfront dining, cafes and bars has reimagined Brisbane’s connection to the river.

Darling Quarter is a true integration of urban design, architecture, and landscape architecture 
toward the creation of a public place within the city. We have sought to enhance the joy and beauty of Darling Harbour, one of the most popular public 
places in Australia, and to do so in a way that imbues it with a sense of quality and permanence. Darling Quarter is where the western edge of the city and the park meet and is celebrated in a series of defined public spaces, including a pedestrian boulevard, parklands, gateway, children’s playground, and activated edges lined with cafés and restaurants. It is a place for everyone, for city workers at lunchtime and in the evenings, families, children, the young and old, visitors and locals.

The Ben Chifley Building in the Australian Capital Territory is a contemporary workplace facility for the nation's leading security organisation on a significant and highly visible site in the National Triangle.

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.

Axle is an integration of urban design, architecture, contemporary workplace, public artwork and place making.

The fluid form and glazed ribbons of this new workplace building are folded and shaped in response to the city form of East Melbourne.

The Foundry is located along the northern edge of the South Eveleigh precinct, directly opposite the heritage Locomotive Workshop. The design has been inspired by these railway workshops with their long and narrow bays, evocative of the industrial production areas within to form advanced sustainable, collaborative, workplace environment conceived like a miniature city, offering variation, vitality and choice in a refined and human experience.

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.