Biscoe Wilson Architects have worked on a variety of jobs, including renovations to homes.
2007 RAIA Commendation (Brisbane Region) The S House is a front extension to a 1980’s rendered masonry residence. The design provides a new facade externally, and independent living spaces internally. Central to the idea is the entry / stair device filled with natural light that provides opportunities to rest and observe. It acts as both a … Continue reading S House
Biscoe Wilson Architects were commissioned to undertake a major refurbishment and additions to a handsome Federation house in an inner suburb of Brisbane. We more than doubled the 450sqm original footprint by constructing a new storey below the existing house as well as a three level addition on the western end. An elegant three storey stair … Continue reading House on a Hill
The House Behind is an addition and renovation to a c/1930’s family residence in Hendra. It is a successful meld of ‘new’ and ‘old’. The brief included new bedrooms, a large modern living area, and an external courtyard and pool to suit the current and future lifestyle of a family with children. The concept was to … Continue reading The House Behind
Entry in the AIA Awards 2014 After meeting at a local coffee shop in Ascot and providing a napkin sketch for a back deck addition to their decrepit Queenslander, our client’s Natalie Winter and Gerry Heffernan commissioned Biscoe Wilson Architects to bring their ideas into fruition. The extension created a “hub” space for a new … Continue reading Nat and Gerry’s Back Deck
Biscoe Wilson Architects were commissioned to design an alteration and addition to an existing timber cottage, while maintaining the sensitive urban framework and existing character of the street. The design provided an additional living and bedroom, and improved the external spaces of the existing design. The existing house was raised slightly, to allow for better sub … Continue reading Rose Cottage
Completed in 2018, the G2 House features a modern extension to an existing art deco house. The original modest bungalow was constructed by former Australian Prime Minister Arthur Fadden around 1947. Minimal change was made to the plan of the existing house, respect the history and character of the original design. The original house provides … Continue reading G2 House