Proposed brick flats for Mrs. H.W. Dore, plan of double garage, Lower River Terrace, South Brisbane, [1936?]

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Creator Wilson Architects
Title Proposed brick flats for Mrs. H.W. Dore, plan of double garage, Lower River Terrace, South Brisbane, [1936?]
Open Access Status Other
Date 1936
Year available 2015
Contributor Wilson, R. M. (Ronald Martin), 1886-1967
Dore, Selma
Series Wilson Architects Collection, UQFL112
Type image/tiff
Original Format Architectural plan; drawing on linen; 35 x 39 cm.
Source Wilson Architects Collection, UQFL112, Job 588-340, H.111.9-20
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Wilson Architects Collection consist of architectural plans of residential and commercial buildings from architectural firms:
• Alex B. and R. Martin Wilson, Architects and Architectural Engineers
• R.M. Wilson and Son.

Alexander Brown Wilson was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1857. In 1864 his family emigrated to Brisbane. He established his own architectural practice in Brisbane in 1884, and was joined by his architect-engineer son, Ronald Martin Wilson in 1920 under the firm Alex B. and R. Martin Wilson, Architects and Architectural Engineers.

Ronald received a Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Queensland in 1915 and won the Walter and Eliza Hill Travelling Fellowship allowing him to study architectural engineering in the United States from 1915 to 1917. He went on to London and studied at the Architectural Association as well as completing a town planning course at London University.

After Alexander Wilson's retirement in 1928, Ronald Wilson continued the practice until 1955. He in turn was joined by his son, Blair M. Wilson, who had also graduated from the University of Queensland, under the frim of R.M. Wilson and Son.

The Wilson firm is continued by Alexander Wilson's great-grandson, Hamilton Blair Wilson.
Keyword Architectural plans
Architecture, Domestic -- Queensland -- Designs and plans
Wilson, R. M. (Ronald Martin), 1886-1967
Booth, Doris Regina, 1895–1970
Dore, Selma
Lower River Terrace, (Kangaroo Point, Qld.)
Cliffside Apartments (Kangaroo Point, Qld.)
Queensland Heritage Register
Architecture, Tudor
Geographic co-ordinates

153.031565,-27.482173 153.031779,-27.482173 153.031779,-27.482468 153.031565,-27.482468 153.031565,-27.482173

Acknowledgements Permission kindly granted by Wilson Architects.
Additional Notes In 1936, goldminer and New Guinea expatriate Doris Regina Booth commissioned Cliffside Apartments at 76 Lower River Terrace, South Brisbane (now Kangaroo Point), designed by local architect R. M. Wilson. Her sister, Selma Dore (Mrs H. W. Dore), oversaw the construction. Cliffside Apartments is also known as Cliffside Flats.

Cliffside Apartments was listed on the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 February 2004.

Reference: "Cliffside Apartments (entry 601650)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 26 August 2015. off

Document type: Manuscript
Collection: Fryer Library
 
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