Education

Biscoe Wilson Architects have developed a wide range of experience in the Education sector and are continuing to evolve our design solutions to keep pace with changes in curriculum and teaching requirements.

Our aim is to develop teaching facilities that encourage learning and enrich the lives of students and teachers. Education buildings should act as a catalyst for awareness of good design. People spend a large proportion of their formative years in schools and universities and the built environment of these facilities should provide comfort, innovation, inspiration and be sustainable.

BER Projects:

Flying Start Projects:

Kelvin Grove State College – Flying Start Project

This Kelvin Grove State College (KGSC) building was part of the Queensland Government initiative to introduce year 7 students into state high schools for the first time in 2015. This project was a very significant addition to the KGSC campus and was seen by our practice as an opportunity to design a building that was … Continue reading Kelvin Grove State College – Flying Start Project

Kingaroy State High School – Flying Start Project

This new Kingaroy State High School (KSHS) building was part of the Queensland Government Flying Start programme, which introduced year 7 students into state high schools for the first time in 2015. This project was a significant addition to the KSHS campus and was seen by our practice as an opportunity to design a nurturing … Continue reading Kingaroy State High School – Flying Start Project

Morayfield State High School – Flying Start Project

The Morayfield State High School (MSHS) 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.  This was a significant addition to the MSHS campus. Our practice utilised this opportunity to create a supportive building for the new young cohort, … Continue reading Morayfield State High School – Flying Start Project