Practice Profile: Allen Jack+Cottier (AJ+C)

01 May 2020

Changing the way people live, work and play, Allen Jack + Cottier (AJ+C) is a Sydney-based practice for architecture, urban design and interiors. Over six decades the practice has created some of Australia’s most innovative, celebrated and sustainable environments.

AJ+C is the only Australian practice awarded a Silver Medal by the International Olympic Committee at IOC/IAKS for Milson Island Sport Stadium. Other projects include Judith Poole Sports Hall at Abbotsleigh School winner of WAN Award for Sport in Architecture and Darling Square 1 and 2 - two 20-storey towers shortlisted for WAN Award’s Colour in Architecture category.

To get in touch, visit our website http://architectsajc.com/.

2020 WAN Awards entry: One Melrose - Allen Jack+Cottier (AJ+C)

2020 WAN Awards entry: One Melrose - Allen Jack+Cottier (AJ+C)

One Melrose by Allen Jack+Cottier (AJ+C) is an entry in the Future Projects - Residential Category of the 2020 WAN Awards

Orange, yellow, green: the colours of a healthy childhood

Orange, yellow, green: the colours of a healthy childhood

Comfortable environments promote healthy living and learning, these entries demonstrate how these environments have been created through colourful buildings.

Affordable housing: a global perspective

Affordable housing: a global perspective

An insight into vital housing schemes supporting the growth of communities in Saudi Arabia and Australia

Full colours on show: an intrinsic part of architectural vision

Full colours on show: an intrinsic part of architectural vision

Full spectrum of vivid colours offer meaning to projects in this year’s WAN Awards Colour in Architecture category.