Yearly Archives: 2021

Harbour Bridge Northern Access Project

The three competing designs for the new Northern Access Cycleway addition to the Sydney Harbour Bridge have been revealed by Transport for NSW this week

Developed in collaboration with a team led by Aspect Studios and including EOCengineers, Yerrabingin , Design 5, Josh Milston and Electrolight, our scheme departs from the reference design by following the existing western alignment of the Bradfield Highway viaduct as closely as possible. This approach allows the much loved Bradfield Park at Milson’s Point to remain largely undisturbed and minimises impacts on the iconic sweeping views of the Harbour Bridge to the south for most park users.

Tasked with conceiving a new element as an addition to one of the most recognisable structures in the world, our team’s approach focused on developing a solution with the lightest possible touch.

The skeletal form of our proposal reduces the structure to its essence, with an organic assembly almost lighter than …Read more.

Houses Awards

We are delighted that our house at Wingadal Place in Point Piper has been shortlisted in the national awards program of Houses Magazine.

The project was beautifully constructed by Pimas Gale and an amazing group of skilled subcontractors, to a design developed in consultation with James Stockwell and Jonathan Temple.

Details of the shortlisted entries can be seen here:

Carpe Diem – AIA Awards shortlist

We are delighted that the Carpe Diem Companionway has been shortlisted in the Interiors category of this years AIA NSW awards.

The unique workspace high above Barangaroo was developed in collaboration with Geyer for International Towers and built beautifully by Buildcorp and a group of highly skilled specialist subcontractors.

Congratulations to all entrants shortlisted in this years awards program.


Our 2019 competition designs for a new mixed use hotel and commercial tower at 4-6 Bligh Street, and the new school and community centre at Green Square are two Collins and Turner projects exhibited in LOST – an exhibition that uncovers and explores a series of unrealised concepts and propositions by a group of Sydney architectural studios. 

The exhibition is curated by FJMT principal Richard Francis Jones and UTS’ Brooke Jackson and takes place in the new UTS Central Exhibition Space. Displayed both to the campus and the community that passes by on Broadway, the exhibition aims to help restore life and vitality to campus and city life following the social and cultural effects of the Coronavirus.

The exhibition opened this week and runs until 23rd April, including work by Candelapas Associates, Chrofi, Durbach Block Jaggers, FJMT, Neeson Murcutt Neille, Terroir and Tribe.

The exhibition includes images and models made by Celeste Raanoja …Read more.