Mark Wilde has worked on a number of previous law court designs like the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law in Brisbane, “which took a radical departure from traditional court design by exhibiting a high level of transparency and lightness”, says Wilde.
This element was built upon in the design of Shepparton Law Courts, where natural light weaves throughout the building. Court design we find, is a lot more complex and involved than we thought.
Mark Wilde joined Architectus Melbourne in 1984 and was appointed director in 1992. Significant projects that Wilde has worked on include national distribution centres for the Coles Group, Qantas Heavy Maintenance Facility, the Gold Coast Rapid Transit light rail project and the new Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law (as part of a greater design directorate).