JPW is grateful to our wonderful client, the Anzac Memorial Trust, and to the talented design and construction teams for making the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project worthy of recognition (“Continuing Tradition” Award and “Judges’ Choice” Award) at this year’s National Trust Heritage Awards.
JPW Architects are honoured to be selected as one of 5 shortlisted entries for the Singapore Founders’ Memorial Design Competition. The anonymous, international design competition included a field of 193 entries in Stage 1. JPW will now proceed to Stage 2 of the competition. More information on the Founders’ Memorial is available at https://www.foundersmemorial.sg/en/milestones/design-competition-receives-strong-response.aspx
The new underground spaces of the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project are now open to the public. The Duke of Sussex unveiled the new addition on 20 October 2018 ahead of a public opening event held on 11 November 2018, a fitting tribute to mark the Centenary of the Armistice. The new addition includes exhibition and […]
JPW is proud to announce the significant strengthening of the studio’s leadership team, with three appointments to the position of Principal, two to the position of Senior Associate and four new Associates:
“Reflection” Memorial Martin Place by Johnson Pilton Walker and Jess Dare, has received a City of Sydney Lord Mayor’s Commendation in the 2018 NSW Architecture Awards. The concept for the permanent memorial is based upon creating a subtle reflective and symbolic memory of the floral tribute laid by thousands of people following the December 2014 Martin […]
Victoria Park is one of inner Sydney’s most important and historic parks. The primary objective of the City of Sydney’s Victoria Park Improvement Project was to upgrade the amenity of the park by identifying a range of improvements that respond to contemporary community needs yet complement the existing and historic character of the place. Reopened […]
The transformation of Kent Street Underpass from a heavily used but unfriendly outcome of 1970s elevated road infrastructure to a pleasant, welcoming, safe and accessible pedestrian and cycle link has greatly improved this important connection between Sydney’s northern CBD and Millers Point and Barangaroo.
Drawn from the Rijksmuseum, the renowned national collection of the Netherlands, this major exhibition designed by Richard Johnson and JPW, includes a rare painting by Johannes Vermeer and a room dedicated to one of the greatest minds in the history of art, Rembrandt van Rijn.
JPW was pleased to participate in Sydney Open 2017 with the studio welcoming more than 200 visitors on Sunday 5 November. Staff provided insights into a range of projects currently on the boards and under construction. At 50 Martin Place, JPW Director Paul van Ratingen delivered a presentation on the history of one of Sydney’s […]
The American Architecture Prize honours designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide. Barangaroo Reserve was selected as the 2017 Winner in the landscape architecture category, from a field of more than a thousand entries from 68 countries across the three disciplines. […]
5 Martin Place, by JPW and TKD Architects in collaboration, has won the 2017 Australian Development of the Year Award, SAS International Award for Best Office and CEFC Award for Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings, at the Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall 2017 Innovation & Excellence Awards. “The considered restoration and transformation of 5 […]
5 Martin Place, by JPW and TKD Architects in collaboration, has won the 2017 RLB NSW Development of the Year Award. “The considered restoration and transformation of 5 Martin Place has delivered one of the most inspired and innovative commercial workspaces in Australia. The building’s 5 Star Green Star rating demonstrates how older buildings may […]
The Flanders Fields Memorial Garden, within the Australian War Memorial’s Western Precinct, was dedicated on 4 April 2017. A ring of Portland Stone, inscribed with overlapping stanzas of John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields”, encourages movement and reflection when experiencing the Memorial Garden. Soil from Flanders, in which many soldiers found their resting place, has […]
5 Martin Place received multiple awards at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2016 National Architecture Awards ceremony held in Sydney last night. The project by JPW and TKD Architects in collaboration, was awarded a National Award for Commercial Architecture and a National Award for Heritage.
Barangaroo Reserve has won the National Award for Parks and Open Space at the 2016 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ 2016 National Awards Night in Canberra.
Work has started on site for the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project. The appointed contractor Built has now established the site and is looking to commence site clearing and excavation soon. For more information on the design follow the link to the project page here.
The JPW studio, situated in Harry Seidler & Associates-designed Plaza Building will be open as part of Sydney Open on November 6. With guided tours of its work spaces, meeting rooms and a range of projects on display, it will be a rare opportunity to visit this award winning interior and view the collaborative process which this practice embodies. For more […]
JPW has been successful at the 2016 Australian Engineering Excellence Awards, with 5 Martin Place winning the Award for Buildings and Structures Award and Barangaroo Reserve winning the President’s Award.
Barangaroo Reserve has won the Award for Parks and Open Space at the 2016 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Awards Night.
5 Martin Place has been awarded The Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design at the 2016 NSW Architecture Awards.
5 Martin Place has been awarded the Greenway Award for Heritage Architecture at the 2016 NSW Architecture Awards in association with TKDA Architects.
The Overseas Passenger Terminal Upgrade has been awarded a Commendation for Public Architecture at the 2016 NSW AIA Architecture Awards.
JPW has been announced as the winner of an international design competition for a commercial office building in Parramatta Square. The 16 storey tower will include commercial office spaces, retail spaces, childcare facilities and a central atrium designed to draw natural light into the public areas and encourage public interaction. “One of the greatest aspects of this […]
50 Martin Place was awarded Development of the Year Award, SAS International Award for Best Office and JLL Award for Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings at the Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall 2016 Innovation & Excellence Awards. “50 Martin Place is a landmark example of how retrofitting can transform tired old offices into highly-connected, […]
5 Martin Place won the Adaptive Re-Use Award at the 22nd National Trust Heritage Awards.
JPW have been shortlisted as one of four practices in the international design competition for 5 Parramatta Square. They will be competing for the design of a civic space including council chambers and a community library, which will be the centrepiece of a $2 billion renewal project of Parramatta Square.
The Martin Place Siege Memorial designed by Professor Richard Johnson has been announced by Premier Mike Baird from a shortlist of four by the permanent memorial panel consisting of Museum of Contemporary Art Director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, NSW Government Architect Peter Poulet and City of Sydney Design Director Bridget Smyth.