For many years, the majority of Australians have been comforted by the thought that the prevalence of bush fires doesn’t concern those living in urban areas. Whilst there might be empathy for our ‘country cousins’, many don’t consider these fires to be a direct threat. So is this assumption correct or just a misguided myth? … Continue reading Bush Fire Architecture
The Brisbane Times article”‘It’s too big, it’s too dense” referred to Cox Architects’ proposal for the West Village development. View full article here Excerpt: Cox Architects director David Cox said he believed there was more that could be done with the site. “We’re just going to be left with taller and taller buildings littered all … Continue reading West End development a golden opportunity
Over the past year, the fire resistance standards of our Fire Shutters, designed by Cox Architects®, has been evaluated for compliance with Australian Bush Fire standards. This process has now been completed and the fire shutters passed the testing requirements and now are suitable for use throughout Australia. Our Fire Shutters are one part of … Continue reading Cox Architects®Fire Shutters Pass Rigorous Compliance Testing
Cox Architects announces that their fire shutters have met the rigorous compliance testing requirements of Australian Bush Fire standards, making them suitable for use throughout Australia. These fire shutters are part of a series of innovations that evolved from Cox Architects’ award-winning research project into Bush Fire Resistance Construction started over 10 years ago. David Cox, a leading … Continue reading Fire shutters Australian Bush Fire standard compliant
Over the past year, the fire resistance standards of our Fire Shutters, designed by Cox Architects®, has been evaluated for compliance with Australian Bush Fire standards. This process has now been completed and the fire shutters passed the testing requirements and now are suitable for use throughout Australia. Our Fire Shutters are one part of … Continue reading Fire Shutters
Our Director, David Cox was selected by Brisbane City Council to be part of the community consultation group responsible for the North Newstead Neighbourhood Plan for the past year. This plan is now published on the BCC website and public feedback is invited. We are pleased to be a part of this Council initiative.
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Image above: Cox Architects’ Project Manager Pacific, Mr. Christopher Cox, with the local village Building Manager, Solomon Islands. Cox Architects have undertaken a wide variety of indigenous architectural work over the past 35 years in many different locations in Australia. This long developed experience was utilized recently in the completion of an international indigenous project in … Continue reading International Aid – Multi Function Community Infrastructure Design
Cox Architects of Australia was awarded honorable mentions in the Build and Concept categories for the entry titled “Fire Station”. The jury selected winners from over 500 entries from over 25 countries. About the Green Dot Awards The Green Dot Awards honor excellence in innovative environmental projects, products and services. They reward and promote forward-thinking … Continue reading Green Architectural Product Excellence Award
ON Earth’s driest inhabited continent, devastating bushfires are a fact of life. When those fires ravage the terrain, all too often urban or rural inhabited areas are in the firing line and homes as well as other structures are destroyed. The Xanthorrhoea 1 multi-function display building was opened at Thulimbah on Saturday and is the … Continue reading R&D Bushfire Resistant Building Launch