Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp: FJMT Architects

Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Sydney, FJMT Architects, Australian Design Studio

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FJMT, New South Wales, Sydney Architecture Studio – Design Office News

19 Oct 2016

Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp News

Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp – FJMT News arranged chronologically:

580 George Street Facade, Sydney, New South Wales (NSW), Australia
580 George Street Facade
photo : Brett Boardman
200 George Street Sydney
AR-MA worked with architects FJMT, Façade Engineers ARUP and Empire Glass to design and detail the facade systems for the awning, internal soffit, sloping glazing and composite entry canopy.

28 Sep 2016
200 George Street Facade, Sydney, New South Wales (NSW), Australia
200 George Street Facade
photograph : Brett Boardman
200 George Street Sydney
Mirvac and FJMT Studio’s recent tower at 200 George St heralds a new era in high rise building design, particularly in an Australian context.

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki – 4 Oct 2013
Design: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp and Archimedia
Kodály Centre Hungary
photo from FTI

World Building of the Year at World Architecture Festival 2013
Commending the winning project on behalf of the festival’s super-jury, Paul Finch, WAF Programme Director, said “The winning project transcended category types. You could say it is about new and old, or civic and community, or display. It contrasts the manmade and the natural, and the relationship between art and science. This is a major design achievement in a seismic zone, providing an example of design pragmatism and a carful reworking which does no more than it needs to until it is required. Balancing many different elements, the resulting design is a rich complex of built ideas.”

Darling Quarter, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Darling Quarter Sydney Building
photograph : John Marmaras
Darling Quarter – 4 Oct 2012
The building was announced as the winner of the Office category at the World Architecture Festival. The project, which creates a new urban quarter on the edge of the city, was praised by the judges for its exciting form and massing and the creation of a publicly accessible landscape. The judges were impressed by Darling Quarter’s environmental credentials, scoring 6 stars (the highest possible) in Australia’s Green Star Office – As Built v3 rating.
WAF Awards 2012 – winner of office category

Recent Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Designs

Latest buildings by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT), arranged chronologically:

Chemistry Oxford, England, UK
Chemistry Oxford
image from architects
Chemistry Oxford
The University of Oxford has received planning permission for a new £170M chemistry laboratory complex designed by Francis- Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt). This follows a unanimous vote in favour of the scheme by Oxford City Council’s West Area Planning Committee where the scheme was described as one of the most striking new buildings in Oxford.

Sugar Dock, Sydney, Australia
Sugar Dock
image : John Gollings courtesy by FJMT
Sugar Dock, Sydney, Australia

Bayside Police Station, Melbourne
Bayside Police Station
photograph © John Gollings
Bayside Police Station, Melbourne

Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp – Key Projects

Surry Hills Library Building, Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia
Surry Hills Library Building
image : John Gollings courtesy by FJMT
Surry Hills Library

The Mint Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Mint Building Sydney
picture : John Gollings courtesy by FJMT
The Mint Sydney

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Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp – Practice Information

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