The Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is an extensive public project that includes the restoration and adaption of heritage buildings, a new building extension, and the redesign of adjacent areas of Albert Park.

The Mint project is the transformation of one of Sydney’s oldest and most precious historical sites on Macquarie Street into a new, meaningful public place formed and characterised as much by the carefully inserted contemporary buildings as the conserved and adapted heritage structures.



The Waterfront Pavilion at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, designed by fjmt: A museum as the wake of a ship.

Marcarthur Memorial Park is going to set a new standard for the integration of memorial landscape and architecture. This is an Architecture of permanence and meaning.

Newcastle Museum, designed by fjmt: A museum below clouds and historic brickwork.



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

The Concourse, Chatswood, designed by fjmt: Open welcoming planes above a podium for performance and community.


Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre (BLaKC), Bankstown, designed by fjmt: Sheltering trees for an inclusive and open community to gather under.

Max Webber Library, Blacktown, designed by fjmt: a silent community bulkhead to commercialisation

Bayside Police Station, Victoria, designed by fjmt: A police station as an open community porch


Located on the edge of the Dee Why town centre, the new PCYC Community Centre provides an entertainment hub for the peninsula’s youngest residents. It is conceived as a cloud like form settling on a pedestal that emerges from the ground. The counterpoint achieved by these two form types express in built form the dual program of community centre over the car park.

Forming part of the John Radcliffe Hospital complex in Oxford, and bounding an adjacent conservation area, the Wolfson Building extends from a constrained and sloped site, affording expansive views of the city and surroundings.
The building offers the UK’s first dedicated centre for prevention of stroke and dementia research.

Nunawading Hub is an open and inviting public building for a broad range of community activities and gatherings.

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

fjmtstudio 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.