Bauhaus To Outhouse!

boundary st spring hill proposed multi storey development

Cox Architects opposes the destruction of the heritage listed Karl Langer Gardens, Spring Hill, Brisbane. The Brisbane City Council and the State Department of Environment and Heritage have completely failed in their duty of care to protect the legacy of the design of the MRD building and gardens designed by Carl Langer and built in … Continue reading Bauhaus To Outhouse!

Mini city design Guangzhou China

Mini city design Guangzhou China by Cox Architects

One of our recent high-rise apartment complex projects, which included urban planning, architecture and technical innovation has been published.  View the article here.

Sustainability Awards Urban Design Finalists

ring of brodgar finalist 2017 sa awards

We’re proud to announce that our ‘Ring of Brodgar‘ entry in the 2017 Sustainability Awards has been announced as a finalist in the ‘Infolink Building Product News’.

North Newstead Neighbourhood Plan

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.

International Aid – Multi Function Community Infrastructure Design

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

Building Research Recognised

The Premier of Queensland recognised the research work by Cox Architects at the Ai Group’s Annual Gala Dinner  which was held to celebrate Queensland Industry. Cox Architect’s research work on Bushfire Resistant Buildings was recognised and the firm noted as a winner of the inaugural “What’s Your Big Idea Queensland” award. The award, which received … Continue reading Building Research Recognised

Architectural Sustainability Award

The Cox bushfire-resistant construction system was a finalist in three categories at the prestigious BPN Sustainability Awards. The awards were presented to Cox Architects at a gala event in Sydney 13th October 2011. Small Commercial Public Building & Urban Design Innovation of the Year Below are extracts from the finalist information as featured in Building … Continue reading Architectural Sustainability Award

Excellence in Innovation Award

Cox Architects was presented an award and funding to turn their big idea (bushfire resistant buildings) into reality as winners of the 2011 “What’s Your Big Idea Queensland” award. Peak industry body Ai Group holds the awards to help innovative businesses take the next step to commercialisation and providing support for futher research & development … Continue reading Excellence in Innovation Award