Who We Are


We offer a powerful combination of professional urban design and architecture services. Fu Wilmers Design | Architecture + Urbanism was founded by Jonie Fu in 2014 to focus on urban design and planning and to practice architecture in the context of urbanism. Creating successful places and buildings that are memorable, lift the spirit and create value to a community are the key principles embodied in our mission. Creativity, enthusiasm, passion and teamwork define our work ethic. 

Our studio, based in New York City, is comprised of architects, project managers, landscape architects, and environmental designers. We immerse ourselves in collaborative efforts with clients, team members, and specialty consultants. Together, we work to attain creative solutions for clients’ complex challenges.



How We Work


Our approach to design and planning is grounded in analytical rigor, technical excellence and management reliability while elevated by bold aspirations and innovative ideas. We carefully integrate architecture, landscape, and infrastructure with sustainable value and are always mindful to embrace existing character.  Our work is deeply rooted in the place and is subtly integrated into the environment and surrounding neighborhoods. We often team with other professionals ranging from economics, to transportation, to community outreach facilitators. Collaboration and working closely with our clients have delivered our best work time and again.

What We Do


We provide design and planning services for public institutions, government, city, and municipal agencies, private developers, public and private universities, and healthcare campuses. Our projects are transformational efforts in their respective cities; creating new neighborhoods, improving real estate value, and becoming exemplary places.

We offer professional services in the following areas:

  • Visioning
  • Master Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Architecture
  • Campus Planning
  • Landscape Design
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Transit-Oriented Design
  • Form-Based Codes and Design Guidelines
  • Site Selection
  • Development and Density Studies
  • Community Outreach