The directors and key staff of JPW have been together since 1985. We have a pro-active and multi-disciplined design approach that seeks to turn constraints into opportunities and to develop highly innovative design solutions. The pursuit of professional excellence is our fundamental aim, which can only be achieved through responsible design, sound technical expertise and competent project management.

Adam Swinburn

Senior Associate

Adam is passionate about finding timeless and enduring architectural solutions to our cities spatial problems.

As an Architect-Researcher he draws upon his decade-long experience in transformative urban renewal and academic discipline from specialist research in urban learning environments.

Adam’s strategic thinking and creative innovation have been recognised with scholarships and design prizes including the NSW Institute of Architects David Linder Prize and Designing Architecture in Response to Climate Change Scholarship

Adam current and completed city-making projects include Parramatta Square, Australian War Memorial, Glebe Mid-Rise Social Housing, Alexandria Commercial Feasibility,  and a design vision for a future urban school.

Adrian Esdaile

Alessandro Pinzin

Benjamin Rowbotham

Carol Zhang


Carol has diverse experience in masterplanning, urban design, high rise and cultural buildings, and landscape.

Since 2000 Carol has led many significant projects in China from conception to completion.

Carol collaborates actively with local partners in Nanjing, Suzhou, Shenzhen, Qingdao and Weihai to transform urban sites, waterfronts and infrastructure into future cities. In Suzhou Carol has 30 projects in urban design, landscape and architecture complete or under construction.

Carol’s award-winning projects include the China Mobile Building- winner of the Architects Institute of Australia International Architecture Award and Swan Lake Park China, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National and International Landscape Award.

Daniel Wainwright


Daniel has a wide range of experience gained over 15 years of practice in Australia and the UK, from large scale urban masterplans to small refined residential projects.

Daniel’s believes in the primacy and importance of cities, that each individual project should make a positive contribution to its environment, and that this is achieved through a clear understanding of context and brief, deeply collaborative team work, and innovative design thinking.

Daniel led teams for complex projects such as the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project, Chau Chak Wing Museum, and Three Parramatta Square. He is project Associate for the Glebe Mid-Rise Project and Adelaide Festival Tower.

Esther Yin

Evelyn Li

Florian Hoffman


Since joining JPW, Florian has had experience with a variety of different projects from conception to completion.

Florian led the team in delivery of 3 Parramatta Square – winner of the Property council of Australia NSW Development of the Year.

He is currently Project Associate for 33 Alfred St – the renewal of Sydney’s first skyscraper.

Gavin Xu

Graeme Dix


Graeme has expertise across diverse typologies and scales across Australia and internationally – from strategic masterplans for new urban centres to major new public and commercial buildings.

Graeme is known for his collaborative approach and creative ability to realise innovative solutions to complex challenges within budgets and timelines. He is frequently invited to sit on design excellence review panels and awards juries.

Graeme is leading major commercial projects in the heart of several Australian capitals and a new cultural building in regional NSW. His award winning projects include the Chau Chak Wing Museum, 6 & 8 Parramatta Square, and the Zelman Cowen Medal-winning National Portrait Gallery.

Hua Rong

Jacopo Scattolin

Jade Tran

Joyce Ng

Kiong Lee


Kiong is highly regarded for his creative and collaborative approach to design and problem solving. Many of his projects involve designing for multiplicity of scales and diversity of uses.

He has led several award winning JPW projects including the Australian War Memorial’s Eastern Precinct – winner of the Sir Zelman Cowen Award, Romaldo Giurgola Award, Sir John Overall Award and the Canberra Medallion.

Kiong serves on the National Capital Design Review Panel and City of Sydney Design Excellence juries. He was the Jury Chair for the 2015 NSW Architecture Awards.

Mathew Howard


Mathew is a Director of JPW with extensive expertise in urban design, strategic planning, and architectural design, developed through a substantial portfolio of innovative and award-winning projects.

He is currently leading JPW’s London Quarter project in Canberra City, and the firm’s involvement in several city-making developments across Australia.

Completed projects include the award-winning 5 Martin Place, Sydney, and all stages of Parramatta Square – a $3.2 billion urban transformation project of vital significance to the future of Greater Sydney.

Mathew brings a highly skilled and collaborative approach to architectural practice, client and stakeholder engagement, and the delivery of design excellence.

Matteo Salval


Over the past 15 years Matteo has developed his expertise overseas and in Australia over a range of diverse projects.

Matteo is currently leading the Martin Place Metro North Tower, Australia’s first integrated Metro station development. Within this project innovative solutions to complex integration challenges are developed every day.

Completed projects include multi-residential and commercial buildings, cultural and education institutions and the award-winning Anzac Memorial Centenary Project – the extension of one of Sydney’s most significant heritage landmarks.

Matteo’s believes the best architecture is based on understanding place and is realised through strong technical skills, material knowledge and precise detailing.

Matthew Morel


Matthew has diverse expertise, developed over 25 years of architectural practice, across a range of prominent projects and awarded buildings.

He is currently leading the Martin Place Metro North Tower, the Sydney Opera House Strategic Building Plan Update and the renewal of Sydney’s first skyscraper.

Completed projects include hotels, multi-residential buildings, city-making masterplans and the award-winning 50 Martin Place – the renewal of one of Sydney’s most important heritage bank buildings as Macquarie Bank global headquarters.

All of Matthew’s work and approach to practice embodies strong analysis of brief and context, clear communication, creative collaboration, and innovative design.

Michael Pye

Natalie Minasian

Senior Associate

Natalie has over 10 years of experience working across a broad range of award-winning projects. She has successfully delivered projects ranging from complex commercial buildings to bespoke interior designs.

Natalie brings a collaborative and highly considered approach to her practice and excels in client engagement and project planning. Her role also includes leading the Quality Management System for JPW.

Completed projects include the Macquarie Bank Headquarters renewal of 50 Martin Place and the White Bay Cruise Passenger Terminal.

She is currently working on the Sydney Metro Martin Place Metro North Tower at construction stage and the Sydney Opera House Strategic Building Plan Renewal.

Nicholas Schultz

Nott Muangsirikul

Oliver Ju


Oliver’s expertise is demonstrated in a diverse portfolio encompassing major civic landscapes, transformative urban design projects, and landscape masterplans across both Australia and China.

Commitment to quality through meticulous design, technical excellence, and strategic collaboration has defined Oliver’s work in Sydney projects such as the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project, Campbell’s Store, and the Chau Chak Wing Museum.

Oliver led the completion of Suzhou Industrial Park High-Speed Rail Interchange and Headquarters – a transformative Transit-Oriented Development shaping a new CBD in Suzhou, China.

Oliver mentors and tutors including at the University of New South Wales.

Ombeline Iacazio

Paul van Ratingen


Through his 35 years of international architectural practice, Paul has led a diverse range of projects that have been recognised with the highest international and national awards.

Passionate about cities, communities, and responsible building, his projects include new master planned communities, the renewal of significant heritage buildings, and large-scale hotel, residential and workplace projects.

Paul’s recent and current projects include the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project at Hyde Park, the revitalised Campbell’s Stores and Cove foreshore into a new entertainment precinct in the Rocks, the Martin Place Metro North Tower, and the renewal of Sydney’s first skyscraper.

Peter Blome


Peter has extensive project experience including the management of many major award winning projects from Governor Macquarie Tower and the Sydney Hilton redevelopment to Macquarie Bank’s new World Headquarters at 50 Martin Place and the multi-award winning 5 Martin Place redevelopment.

He is a strategic, collaborative and generous team player, and adds significant value to all JPW projects irrespective of whether he is closely involved, or has an oversight role.

Riccardo Cola


Riccardo has contributed to landmark projects across Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra.

His design leadership was key to the successful delivery of the innovative 6&8 Parramatta Square – the cornerstone of the urban renewal of the Western Sydney CBD, Australia’s largest commercial building and the second tallest office tower in Sydney. He is now leading the Canberra London Quarter Precinct team.

Riccardo is inspired by creating places that respond to the unique significance of each site and creating flexible workplaces of the future. He works collaboratively alongside client and consultants and by engaging with modelling and through understanding of materials, crafts authentic details and architecture.

Samuel Carslake

Supinder Matharu


Since joining Johnson Pilton Walker in 2006, Supinder has had experience with a variety of different projects from conception to completion.

Key projects include Britomart Customs Charter and Eastern Precinct Developments in Auckland, competitions in China including SIP Development, Merchant Bank in Suzhou, the Eastern Precinct Development at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Block 5 Central Park and 5 Martin Place in Sydney.

He is currently Project Associate for 33 Alfred St – the renewal of Sydney’s first skyscraper.

Taylor Springett

Tina Kartsounis

Vy Pham

Walter Brindle


Walter thrives on active participation in diverse public, commercial, cultural, and urban design projects that shape cities.

As a talented analytical designer, Walter excels in leading collaborative, multidisciplinary teams and delivering high-quality design solutions to meet complex requirements.

Walter was a project architect for 50 Martin Place Renewal and consolidated his expertise as a team leader in the successful delivery of the $2.8 billion Parramatta Square urban renewal initiative. He now leads the $1 billion Adelaide Festival Plaza project.

Walter is an elected member of the NSW Chapter Council of the Australian Institute of Architects, an examiner for the NSW Architects Registration Board.

Wayne Dickerson


Wayne is an architect and technology specialist with advanced expertise in BIM, Generative Design, and Automation.

His conviction that technology is an enabler rather than a mere tool is paired with a deep understanding of construction techniques and detailing. Wayne is a respected expert in architectural practice who is sought after for his ability to implement cutting-edge technology to realise design goals.

He is committed to innovation and excellence with over 25 years of experience spanning iconic and award-winning projects including the Sydney Opera House, the Art Gallery of NSW, and the sustainable renewal and adaptation of the historic 1920s 5 Martin Place.

Xiao Jiun Phang

JPW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country and honours their continuing connection to lands, waters, skies and communities.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging – as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work; and the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation on whose land our Studio is located.