Scott Wilson Architect LLC is a boutique firm located in Franklin, Tennessee. Since it’s beginning in 1986 the focus of the firm has been based on the belief that great architecture responds to client needs in a manner respectful of its neighbors.
The firm designs modern buildings which embrace traditional principles of architecture to provide intimate spaces in which to live and work. Energy efficiency, reduced maintenance and environmentally sensitive strategies have been an integral part of this approach.
Each project is designed in response to the unique site, budget and personality of the client. This philosophy is reflected in the firm’s diverse portfolio and has led to many great relationships and repeat clients.
Recent projects include primary residences and renovations, vacation homes, clubhouses, historical renovations, and new commercial buildings; located in the southeastern United States and Cabo San Lucas.
I began my architectural journey at a young age and began working various construction jobs until my first job as an intern architect in 1982. From that early start I developed a passion for small projects which allowed me to be very involved with every facet of design and construction. I’ve had the privilege to work with so many wonderful people since establishing my firm in 1986 that I continue to look forward to every new project and the opportunity to show people how to create places to live and work in that actually respond to, and influence their lives in a positive way.
• Tennessee Professional Architect, 1991
• Florida Professional Architect, 1990
• National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1990
• LEED Accredited Professional 2009
• Franklin High School – 1979
• University of Tennessee School of Architecture –Bachelor of Architecture Degree 1984
Monroe Harding Children’s Home
• Committee Member / Board of Directors
American Institute of Architects
U.S. Green Building Council
• National Trust for Historic Preservation
• Historic Carter House – 1996-2007 Board of Directors
• National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
• Heritage Foundation of Williamson County
Middle Tennessee American Institute of Architects
• Board of Directors, 2002
• Small Projects Committee, Chairman, 1996
• Design Awards Committee, 1994
Nashville-Middle Tennessee Home Builder’s Association, Remodeler’s Council
• Public Relations Committee, 1992-1993
Trus-Joist MacMillan – Customer Advisory Council
• Lifetime Achievement Award 2009 for Monroe Harding Children’s Home
• Williamson County Impact Award 2008
• Volunteer of the Year 2002 for Monroe Harding Children’s Home
• Nominated for 2002 Mary Catherine Strobel Award
• American Institute of Architects Community Service Award 2000