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.

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.

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.