Potter&Wilson is an architecture practice based in Sydney, established by Imogene Potter and Simon Wilson.

Each of our projects evolve from a thorough understanding of the clients aspirations, their budget, site and its environment.  We believe that good architecture can enrich peoples lives and aim to provide elegant design solutions unique to clients and locations.

Imogene Potter initially studied architecture at the University of Newcastle before contributing to the work of a number of prestigious architectural offices.  Whilst at university Imogene traveled extensively spending extended periods in both Britain and Italy, an experience which gave her a broad knowledge of art and architecture.

Upon graduation she joined Tzannes Associates working on a number of award-winning projects including the Sherman Studio in Paddington, Bistro Moncur in Woollahra and the Mosman Residence.  Imogene then spent a number of years gaining valuable experience overseas working for acclaimed Architects Patel Taylor and Allies and Morrison in London before returning to Sydney and joining one of Australia’s oldest practices Bates Smart.

Simon Wilson studied architecture at the University of Nottingham and the University of Sydney with a spell working on a number of urban design and placemaking projects with Patel Taylor Architects in London between the two.

Whilst studying at Sydney University he joined Lahz Nimmo Architects, and subsequently Johnson Pilton Walker, where he was involved in a number of high profile projects, such as renovations to the Sydney Opera House, the Kings Avenue Overpass and the Australian War Memorial  in Canberra.  Also whilst at JPW he collaborating with Ingenhoven Architeten and Landscape Architects Peter Walker Partners on a competition proposal for the Barangaroo site in Sydney.

After leaving JPW Simon joined Ancher Mortlock Woolley Architects where he led teams on a number of projects before leaving to form Potter&Wilson.