KGSC - Flying Start
The Kelvin Grove State College (KGSC) Flying Start building is part of the Queensland Government initiative to introduce year 7 students into state high schools for the first time in 2015.
Entry in 2015 AIA Brisbane Awards
M2 House - Sunshine Beach
This new beach house at Sunshine Beach was originally intended as an alteration and addition to an existing run down two storey brick and tile cottage.
Entry in 2015 AIA Sunshine Coast Awards
Biscoe Wilson Architects were commissioned to design a comfortable, prestige retirement house on a hill overlooking the banks of the Brisbane River.
Entry in 2010 AIA Brisbane Awards
Kingaroy SHS - Flying Start
The Kingaroy State High School (KSHS) Flying Start building is part of the Queensland Government initiative to introduce year 7 students into state high schools for the first time in 2015.
Nat & Gerry's Back Deck
After meeting at a local coffee shop in Ascot and providing a back of a napkin sketch, our client's Natalie Winter and Gerry Heffernan comissioned Biscoe Wilson Architects to develop a design solution for a back deck.Entry in 2015 AIA Brisbane Awards
Bulimba SS Hall
Biscoe Wilson Architects have designed a new Multi Purpose Hall, Classrooms and a Stephanie Alexander Kitchen on a steep slope at Bulimba State School in Brisbane.
Entry in 2011 AIA Brisbane Awards
Ascot State School - G Block
One of over 20 successful Education projects completed under the Building the Education Revolution Programme - Ascot SS - G Block.
Entry in 2012 AIA Brisbane wards
Elysium Recreation Club
A sophisticated Commumity Recreation Club has been designed for the Elysium Noosa Development for AV Jennings. Construction was recently completed by Hutchinson Builders.
Entry in 2013 Sunshine Coast Region AIA Awards