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8 May 2018
Optus Stadium, Perth, Western Australia
Architects: Cox Architecture / HASSELL / HKS
Optus Stadium in Perth
photo : Peter Bennetts

Optus Stadium Building
Set within a 30-hectare Stadium Park, located on the banks of the Swan River, the Optus Stadium design is based on a commitment to a ‘fans first’ approach. This has resulted in an innovative design ensuring an exceptional event atmosphere and home ground advantage that delivers an unsurpassed visitor experience.

2 May 2018
Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton, Queensland, Australia
Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton Queensland
photo © Casey Vallance
Waltzing Matilda Centre
On April 20, the rebuilt Waltzing Matilda Centre, having been destroyed by fire in 2015, was officially opened. This is a project, and a community, close to our heart. The involvement of COX Architecture with the Winton community dates back over a decade, to the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, and we are proud to continue our contribution with the re-envisioned Waltzing Matilda Centre.

27 Apr 2018
Sir John Monash Centre, Villers-Bretonneux, France
Design: Cox Architecture with Williams, Abrahams, Lampros
Sir John Monash Centre in Villers Bretonneux
photo © Tim D Williams

Masons Retail Interior in Melbourne
To the east of the 1938 Edwin Lutyens-designed memorial to the Australians who fell in the nearby fields during World War I, a new feature has been added.

28 Mar 2018
Masons Retail Interior, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Masons Retail Interior in Melbourne
photograph : Peter Clarke
Masons Retail Interior in Melbourne
Housed in the heritage listed Kornblum & CO. warehouse on Finders Lane in Melbourne, the ground level store nods to the areas’ rag trade history through the use of industrial materials such as dark timber, stone and gunmetal steel.

22 Oct 2017
The Goods ShedClaremont, suburb of Perth, Australia
The Goods Shed in Claremont
photograph : Alison Paine
The Goods Shed in Claremont
Change and Culture are the drivers behind reinvigoration of The Goods Shed. Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland with Griffith’s Architects provided the design direction and worked with FORM and Landcorp to achieve this successful transformation.

18 Oct 2017
Anna Meares Velodrome, Chandler, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Anna Meares Velodrome
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane
The Anna Meares Velodrome is located at the southern end of the Sleeman Sports Complex (SSC) at Chandler in Brisbane, Queensland, an elite sports training hub which is home to the Brisbane Aquatic Centre, BMX Super Cross Track, and training facilities for both Weightlifting and Gymnastics.

5 Oct 2017
Student Accommodation facilities at St Thomas More College, Crawley, Perth, Western Australia
St Thomas More College in Perth
photograph : Alison Paine
St Thomas More College Building by Cox Architecture
Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland were commissioned to provide full architectural services for the new (NRAS) Student Accommodation facilities at St Thomas More College. The redevelopment represents a wholesale repositioning of the college architecturally as well as operationally.

page updated 18 Aug 2016

Cox Richardson Architects & Planners – Latest Design

Chatswood Residential Towers, Sydney Australia
Date built: 2011
Design: Cox Richardson Architects
Chatswood Towers
image : Ivolve

Chatswood Residential Towers
Cox Richardson Architects are contributing to vertical urban living in Chatswood with three residential towers above Chatswood Station. This transport-oriented development takes advantage of the of the trains, shopping, bars and restaurants all available in the one location below the towers.

Cox Architects – Key Projects

Featured Building:

ATO Headquarters – Australian Tax Office HQ, Precinct B Section 84, Canberra, Australia
Dates built: 2005-07
Design: Cox Richardson Architects & Planners
ATO Headquarters Canberra
photo received Dec 2007
The COX Group of Architects – Canberra Project
Project Budget: $65 million
25,000m2 HQ for ATO
Office floorplates of approx. 2,900m2 permit high levels of efficiency & fit-out flexibility

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