Philip Cox

Phillip Cox is one of Australia’s most renowned architects. He established Cox Architects with Ian McKay in 1963. Cox Architects has become a multi disciplinary practice with architectural, urban design and interiors expertise with projects and offices located across Australia and Asia.

Phillip Cox was awarded the Gold Medal by the RAIA in 1984, as well as the Order of Australia for services to architecture in 1988.

Phillip Cox is responsible for much of concept design for each project. He has been described as “epitomising the Sydney School of Architecture” in earlier projects.

Some of Phillip Cox’s most well known Australian buildings include Longitude 131 at Uluru, Sydney Football Stadium and the Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour.

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