A central focus of fjmt projects, irrespective of scale or typology, is an integrated response to the public domain. Our work acknowledges that it is human habitation which imbues a place with social and cultural significance.

As all levels of government and the private sector become increasingly aware of placemaking as both a strategy and defined discipline, fjmtplace continues to receive national and international recognition for its approach to place.

More importantly it is the embracing of our projects by their communities which truly reflects their success, due in part to the creation of welcoming and humanised spaces, which provide settings and opportunities to gather, connect and spend time.

fjmtplace develop placemaking strategies through an interactive process involving community, clients, artists and consultants. We undertake in-depth analysis of each site to understand its culture and society, its demographic, community assets, as well as the physical environment and microclimate.

Our broad experience in community consultation underpins our collaboration with community representatives to understand what is truly unique about each locale and its context.

As an integrated urban design, landscape and architecture studio, we apply our knowledge, and the experience of stakeholders, to envisage the site’s use in varied modes and by different community members. Further rigour is applied through collaboration with our partners who offer economic, market, retail and F&B strategic advice.

Our aim is to strengthen social fabric both through the process of creation and by delivering sustainable and enduring public assets.

Artefacts from the site at 200 George Street displayed in the public stair, partnered with GML Heritage.

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.