Fehlberg Park is a collaborative design studio operating across a number of project and research-based practices.
The studio is particularly interested in undertaking both speculative and constructed design work via the operative approaches of landscape and atypical programmatic arrangement.
The studio is located within Brisbane, Queensland.
Since graduating from the University of Queensland's School of Architecture in 2007 [BArch Hons1], Jonathan has worked on a variety of design proposals in a number of nationally recognised and awarded practices. His keystone project, Townsville’s Flinders Street Revitalisation, designed whilst at Cox-Rayner Architects & Planners, was awarded the Walter and Oliver Tunbridge Award for Building of the Year at the 2013 North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards and the National Award for Urban Design at the 2013 National Architecture Awards.
Jonathan has been an active university design tutor since 2007. He has been an invited design critic at Queensland University of Technology and Monash University and is currently teaching a Second Year Design Studio within the University of Queensland's School of Architecture.
Jonathan was also a member of the Centre for Research on Architectural Design (ROAD) at the University of Queensland where he was involved in the study of urban form through projects and fieldwork situated in Brisbane and Berlin.