Cox Architecture was founded in Sydney in 1967 by Philip Cox, originally as Philip Cox and Associates. The award-winning multidisciplinary practice works on architectural, urban design and interior design projects. Today Cox Architecture employs four hundred people across Australia and Asia, working on some of the largest urban and regional projects. In 1984, founder Philip Cox was awarded the Gold Medal from the Australian Institute of Architects, and in 1988, received the Order of Australia for his services to architecture.
A historic Adelaide theatre has re-opened after a major redevelopment designed by Cox Architecture.
This project embodies the idea of performance and anticipates the the joy, spectacle and magic of the theatre.
Final designs have been unveiled for the proposed Victoria Cross station development, which includes a 42-storey office tower and a new retail laneway.
Cox Architecture has designed a 31-storey office tower on a Melbourne CBD site that was previously approved for a hotel and apartment tower designed by Atelier Jean Nouvel.
China’s first comprehensive maritime museum, located ouside Tianjin, at once reflects contemporary globalism, the marine history of the local area and a profoundly Australian style of architecture rooted in landscape metaphors.
A much-hyped two-tower development proposal that could become Australia’s tallest has edged closer to approval.
Adelaide Botanic High School by Cox Architecture and DesignInc.