Biscoe Wilson Architects have extensive experience designing private homes, from extensions to new builds, and exterior to interior designs. Environmentally sustainable design (ESD) is at the core of all design solutions.
2006 RAIA Commendation (Brisbane Region) Queensland Center for Subtropic Design Commendation 2007 This innovative small lot house is located on a steep site in Clayfield. The site was previously a 900sqm allotment with a single residence, but the original house was removed and the land subdivided for redevelopment. Our approach was to minimise excavation while maximising … Continue reading Beckman House
Biscoe Wilson Architects were commissioned to design a comfortable house in Highgate hill for a couple with an adult family. The family had lived on the hilly site for many years and, unfortunately, the original house was destroyed by a fire. The design was aimed at maximising the western views while creating a variety of … Continue reading Bowler Byth House
Biscoe Wilson Architects were commissioned to design a new house in a rural environment for a Professor of Interior Design and her lawyer partner, that expressed the clients’ emotional, physical and intellectual relationship with the site and enhanced the way they live on the site. The Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) features natural ventilation from the prevailing … Continue reading Eco House
This new house, designed by Biscoe Wilson Architects, responds to the the subtropical climate, the steep topography (1:3 gradient), and offers views to the Mt Coot-tha forest. The elegant lightweight structure, split levels, and linear plan enable all spaces to take advantage of the natural light, cross ventilation and views to the landscape. The G … Continue reading G House