As architecture transforms values and aspirations into built form, public art expresses community identity. 

It has the ability to heighten our understanding of a place and our relationship to it, and reinforce the significance of local culture and context.

The creative interaction between artists, designers, clients and community has the potential to realise a place of profound meaning, where built form and art are seamlessly combined. Public art can challenge or enhance our sense of being in a space; it can curate collective memory, interpret local history and reorient.

fjmtplace’s dedication to the support of art and collaboration with artists has resulted in the commissioning of numerous groundbreaking and important works. 

With unique experience in public art strategies, we have led the briefing, selection, procurement and installation of works for both public and private clients. We work collaboratively with artists from the early phases to allow adequate time and flexibility to achieve the best outcome, and greatest synergy between the architecture / landscape and the art work.

Eora by Jake Nash at King and Phillip.

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.