Super Colossal

Marcus Trimble

Marcus Trimble is a registered architect and set up Super Colossal in June 2007. Prior to going into private practice, Marcus was an associate at BVN and prior to that was at Lahz Nimmo Architects.

He sits on the North Sydney Council ‘Urban Design Advisory Panel’ and in 2009 was listed as one of Sydney’s Creative Catalysts for the Creative Sydney Winter Arts Festival.

He is actively involved in the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, where he is a member of DARCH - a group of committed architecture geeks that run competitions, public forums, slidenights and other mischief. With DARCH, Marcus organises the Sydney leg of the global slidenight phenomenom, Pecha Kucha. If you want to present something there, email him. He is always on the lookout for people doing interesting things.

2009 - Graduation Studio, Masters of Architecture at the University of Sydney
2009 - 3rd Year Design at the UNSW under Glen Murcutt
2008 - 2nd Year Design at the UNSW
2007 - 3rd Year Design at the UNSW under Glen Murcutt
2006 - 1st Year Design at the University of Sydney
2005 - 1st Year Design at the University of Sydney
2004 - 1st Year Design at the University of Sydney
2003 - 2nd Year Design at University of Sydney

‘Abundance’ - On the 2008 Venice Biennale Australian pavilion proposal - AR (Architecture Review)
‘Departure Lounge’ - National Conference Review - Architecture Bulletin May/June 2007
‘Hardline Seduction’ - Artilcle on O’Connor and Houle’s Heide Extension - Mark Magazine Issue 7 April/May 2007
‘Determined Simplicity’ - Profile on Durback Block - Mark Magazine Issue 5 Dec/Jan2007

Prior to Super Colossal
Following Graduation from the University of Sydney with 1st Class Honours, he was awarded the NSW Board of Architects Design Medal in 2001 for his final student project and was shortlisted for the RAIA National Biennale award.

At BVN Marcus acted as a design architect on two premium residential developments in Milsons Point, Sydney, was part of the design team for the new football stadium in Venice, Italy and was project architect on a mixed use development in Hurstville.