Oscar Wilson

Senior Architect

At undergraduate level Oscar studied at UCA, winning the RIBA South/East Student Prize for his final design project, which included a submarine dock in Hamburg. He then moved to the University of Westminster, going on to achieve Master of Architecture with Distinction, having focused on designing and researching Civic buildings, namely Parliaments and Courtrooms both in the continent in the UK. This culminated in becoming a UK ARB registered and RIBA Chartered Architect following graduation from Kingston University with a Postgraduate Diploma.

His professional experience began with Clay Architecture in Gravesend followed by Barton Willmore in Reading working in a variety of sectors including offices, shopping centres, multi-unit residential and other mixed-use schemes. He then shifted focus towards the high-end residential sector, spending seven years at Concept Eight Architects in Weybridge designing and delivering new homes, extensions, green belt projects and listed building works for homeowners and developers alike.

Oscar lives in Reading, where he spent his childhood and is now bringing up three children – in lieu of any hobbies! – luckily, his profession is his passion!